Watercolor Words and Wandering

I have not been wandering very much lately. Just when I got the OK to go back to the gym after major surgery…I got a nasty cold. Dry hacking cough, sore throat- grrr. I have managed to get some painting done this week! In my studio and I am just reaching into the stack of W.I.P.’s and working on them as they pop up. In my Tuesday morning drop in class I taught about working on hot pressed paper ( which is very smooth) using a glazing technique I saw on youtube done by Jay Lee. We also worked on our field and tree paintings. Looking at the pictures of this I really despise the composition…I made the walls between the fields too straight! I can fix that!

I missed class with Doris Rice on Wednesday due to cold- hoping to catch a class or two with her in January. I also missed class on Tuesday with Becky Darling, again due to my cold, but we were working on barns. Here is a picture she took and my start on a painting. I am wanting to make this a geometric design and I may even zentangle on it.

Below find the ones I finished- the butterfly is sold 🙂

Here are the ones that I decided were finished- they are smaller 4×6 and are of Cedar Circle Farm in Vermont.

Below are the ones that I worked on and are not done yet but you know I like to show you the progress.

I got my Christmas cards off and returned from Vista Print! I am also getting ready for a show with my Odanaksis Plein Aire group. 4 painting framed and ready. Being home sick has been productive! Until next week- Peace Out- Bec


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