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For months, for a variety of reasons, I have not painted. A friend encouraged me to tote a borrowed easel and a stool, and paint at one of the local beaches. I LOVED it! I felt totally comfortable painting among … Continue reading
I decided to work on Yupo paper again but this time I attempted a landscape of a small town. IMHO, I think Yupo lends itself to more free-flowing subject matter (see my last few posts). While I am less pleased … Continue reading
I love this synthetic paper. It’s made for watercolors. It’s freeing and forgiving and so much fun! I saw a demonstration a few weeks ago and I couldn’t wait to give it a try. Watching the colors mix on paper … Continue reading
Cape Cod has many beautiful lighthouses, as does the rest of New England. This painting is for my brother-in-law, Jim. He’s retiring in January after a wonderful career as a pediatrician. Linda, if you see this, don’t tell Jim I … Continue reading