Thursday, July 22, 2010
Painting with watercolor is as simple or complicated as you wish to make it. If you approach it with the openness of a child while releasing any expectations on what the end result will look like, you'll find it easy and will most likely have a great time working with it. It is an art media that anyone can use "right now" - yet like many things, can take a lifetime to master.
In this piece, I worked with water tinted with paint, rather than a wet brush filled with paint. This gave me the ability to create thin layers of color.