Tuesday, April 8, 2008


The other day I saw a demonstration by Carolyn Anderson, a watercolor artist from Delaware. She did beautiful roses, starting with wet-on-wet and developing details as the paper dried. So yesterday in class, I decided to try her technique, using a very rough sketch from my sketchbook. The notes with the sketch said "mauve", "forsythia" and "trees". Not much to go on for a painting and it's growing on my as I look at it. I see similarities with the previous painting.

1 comment:

laura said...

I love these trees! And the softness of the forsythia hedge; it's a lovely, lively image.