Painting Tiny Art
This month I concentrated on painting miniature watercolors using Arches paper and Daniel Smith watercolors. You can see some of them here on my new project page.
I finished this impressionistic watercolor landscape today. I like how the watercolors run and blend, forming unexpected forms and textures. It is painted on 3 x 3 inch paper. It is signed and dated on the back.
“The Golden Hour”
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Layers of transparent paint create interesting…
transparent light stories,
the magic of watercolor…
Finished painting is available on Etsy… have a beautiful Tuesday. 🙂
Art journaling exotic and familiar fruits
For the month of May, I joined up with a group of Instagram artists to illustrate fruits for each day in our Hobonichi notebooks. Some of these fruits were very new to me, and so I was happy, that along with an artistic prompt benefit, there was an educational perk as well. Now I have several fruits that I am determined to find so I can sample all the delicious qualities that other people have been chatting about on my Instagram feed.
I chose to keep it fairly simple with watercolors, ink, and graphite. And so far, I am happy to say I have kept up with this project. Thirty-one days seems like a more manageable timeline for endurance as compared to the 100 day challenge that admittedly took more tenacity. So… here are my fruity offering so far…