“Loose and free” sounds like a Colorado theme! Our streams and rivers are the result of snow pack cutting loose– they freely rush over rocks to make a dramatic and beautiful flow. I tried to represent a fast and free river in these two Day 5 contributions. WW19_Day5
The prompt was “family fun” and for my family, painting together is great fun. This patio painting includes painted rice paper with torn edges, pasted in layers, to represent tall leaves that surrounded the single rose. Textures are not entirely obvious in this picture. WW19_Day4
Not a very exotic location– on my patio. There were no clouds in the blue Colorado sky, no rainy days. Too colorful for monochromatic… So I was “prompted” to try to improve perspective, and get some sense of sunlight and shadow. #WorldWatercolorMonth IMG_1291exotic
Thanks! I had a chance to hear the Greenleaf & Blueberry folks speak at Two Hands in Boulder. Beautiful paints– but quite pricey. I love your work and resonate with your attitude towards your painting.
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