Resuscitation is sometimes required

Sometimes watercolours done in plein air need a little resuscitation back in the studio – a breath of new life, so to speak. The first two of these paintings fall in that category. The third one (Barefoot in the waves) is a watercolour done yesterday after quite a few preliminary sketches. Not sure I’m done with this image yet . . .

May atop Rooster Hill

May atop Rooster Hill

Early evening Lake Huron

Early evening Lake Huron

Barefoot in the waves

Barefoot in the waves

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About foreshadowandlight

I am a weaver and artist working out of Meadowbrook Weaving and Art Studio in Cape Breton. I also work part of the year from Toronto, Ontario CONTACT: jane.alderdice@hotmail.com
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