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Call Me Mellow Yellow
Other Side of the Pond
Dock at Dusk
Under the Sea
The Dragonfly and…..
Out to Pasture
To the Market
Ira and Iris
The Renaissance Man?
Feather Series (watercolor or black and white print)
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Thanks, Debbie! Love the colors in your wet in wet watercolor backgrounds and all your art, also!
I really enjoy your work–love the Montana Pickup!
To my Fairy Godfather…You are such a wonderful character! Thank you! I would love to paint your portrait again, if you would give me that privilege.
I received your painting of me (Fairy Godfather) today, it is just marvelious! I just love all your other paintings as well, you are trully talented.
Thanks, Beth! You also love those bright colors in your own artwork—I especially love your dog paintings!
Your artwork is really beautiful! I love your use of color!!
Wow, your paintings truly are beautiful!!
Javeriya, Thanks for the complement and for the tweet!
wow your work is simply amazing! love it! tweeting about it to my followers 🙂
Thanks for sharing this!
Glad you like it, Aleda. When I paint more of the anemone watercolor, I’ll do a step by step on this blog. Within the next week, check back, I’ll have a step by step acrylic tree painting. I have 2 anemone paintings, but the process was very similar.
1. I started with a very wet paper brushing on water on both sides and placed it on a large towel.
2. Various colors were layered on the top(with a brush and sometimes splattering), letting them blend.
3. I used a sponge to remove some color where the anemones were going to be.
4. When I was happy with that, I let it dry. If I wanted the paint to stop bleeding, I used the hair dryer.
5. The anemones were filled in with watercolor paint, blending colors while wet.
6. The tenacles are white gouache mixed with watercolor paint. In every painting use the gouache last. Make sure you mix the gouache and paint on a seperate palate, because if you get it on your watercolor palette those paints will be ruined. Also, use a separate brush.
If you have more questions, I will be happy to reply. Love to see what you produce and I’m sure it will be gorgeous!
I love using the gouache. It made a great tutu for “The Renaissance Man?”. I hope your try this process.
Kathryn. Can you tell me about your process for the anemone painting? It’s remarkable!