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Still working on Lilies. Lots of layering of soft undertones and deeper color for contour and shading.
A scrumptious bit of color… For 3 days I have drawn lilies. First in colored pencil, then in watercolor, then in pen and ink with a watercolor wash. Although not perfect, I think the final watercolor … Continue reading
In an effort to continue my study of drawing I had some fun working on figure studies. Using waterproof micron pens I created an interactive pose using the wooden figure my teacher lent to me. Using cross-hatching as a method … Continue reading
I am taking a series of workshops on Cape Cod with a wonderful instructor, Kate Aubrey. The most recent workshop focused on trees, outer shapes, bird holes, and values. Kate asked us to focus on lights, mediums and darks using … Continue reading
I have not been present on WordPress for awhile. A construction project on the Cape has scooped up all of my time and energy. I miss my WordPress friends and I really miss my daily painting a lot. But, all … Continue reading
So, it’s snowing and sleeting like crazy in Boston again. Knowing I would be in the house today I decided to take a field trip around the first floor looking for items to paint. I spotted my mother’s little teacup . … Continue reading