Thursday, April 1, 2010

Colorado Runoff




5 comments:

  1. Painted on Bristol Vellum. I'm hosting a thread on water and rocks over on WetCanvas, in the Watercolor Studio. Come by and see all the work in gouache by different artists.

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  2. Wonderful. Makes me go back in time a year or so, when I was attempting some waterfalls.

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  3. Thanks, Sandeep. I've enjoyed painting a lot of rushing water, though gouache is still new-ish to me. I prepped this one to show in a thread over in the Watercolor Studio at WetCanvas where we're studying water and rocks.

    The photo I posted here makes the whites look rather washed out. I may try to correct that!

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  4. Deborah,
    Sorry if this is a stupid question, but why ATCs and ACEOs?

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  5. No, not stupid. The reason isn't anything very grand, however. I'm caring for my 97-year-old mother and can't disappear into the studio any more. So I work at the dining room table instead. I became intrigued with small pieces through the work of Nathan Fowkes and Thomas Paquette, and the ATCs followed naturally.

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