Presenting new paintings with discussions of issues related to watercolor media.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
A couple of weeks ago, I was out early to paint in Winters, CA. I wanted to catch the morning sunlight on the downtown but when I arrived the wind started blowing and the gusts kept intensifying. I got behind a large tree and painted fast. Nothing is more annoying than wind. I really like the result of the early morning sunlight on the building with the color bleached out due to the brightness. Good things happen when painting fast with gay abandon and not overworking it. You take risks, are bold and get a good result.