a full sheet of watercolor paper, 22 x 30.
I am fairly happy with the way it turned
out. It is very hard to control those really
wet washes! That is what so many of my
watercolor workshop students say...they are
afraid of working with the really wet paint.
Especially those who are also oil painters.
I call them my "fiddlers"....they can touch up
an oil painting over and over, and it does not
damage it. Watercolor, however, is best when
it is done quickly, and then left alone...fresh
and undisturbed. My oil painters want to
fiddle with it, and that can damage the paper,
and ruin the painting. But I can teach all you
oil painters the beauty of a watercolor wash! And
any of you beginners also. Check out the workshop
schedule for the summer, and sign up for a class.
I would love to see you there!