Watercolor is amazingly portable. I enjoy casein, but I don’t have a portable kit that folds up to the size of a phone like I do with watercolor. Casein dries… Read more »
For the first time, I painted plein air, which means I took my painting outdoors. Fun! The end products, however, were practice and nothing but. My husband took some wonderful… Read more »
I spent some time experimenting with mixing and glazing and studying differences between transparent and opaque colors.
This is a quick tutorial by artist Steven Cronin. I’m not certain what happened on the right side of the sky, but I suspect the paper buckled while it dried… Read more »
I practiced the wet-into-wet technique using several videos on YouTube by artist Peter Sheeler:
Here’s a quick watercolor, another exercise from Zoltan Szabo: It doesn’t take long to have a stack of watercolor sketches with nowhere to store them, and so I bought a… Read more »