Tag Archives: watercolour

Ink and Watercolour for Spring

Fifteen new small watercolours have emerged from the studio this week based on some spring flowers from my garden. I produced a somewhat similar small set of paintings with limited edition cards last year. This new set is the result … Continue reading

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A bit more watercolour

Three images above created in AGO class. New ways of handling the media – exciting new possibilities. Wish there had been more than just four classes. Below, a painting of a hike on the Bruce Trail last fall, and wild … Continue reading

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Spring plein air practice

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As mentioned in the Ducks post, the weather is so wonderful and the landscape so enticing, I have been doing plein air painting in watercolor for the past week. Did I mention that there are no bugs yet?! Here are … Continue reading

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I’ve spent the past week or so doing plein air watercolor painting every day. It requires huge patience and practice, and I’m a bit out of practice. All you wonderful artists out there who do this regularly, hats off to … Continue reading

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Energy, Light and Song

The world came together yesterday! I couldn’t believe that I had mixed up some of the poetry lines – had to correct them. The final view shows some of the strips coming away, so the globe feels a bit unsettled, … Continue reading

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World is coming together in Energy, Light and Song

Energy, Light and Song – name of the piece. Well, here it is quite a few weeks later and a lot of hours in the studio, and all 44 strips are complete, that is, 22 tapestry strips and 22 poetry … Continue reading

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The World Keeps Spinning . . .

After many many hours in the studio, the piece is starting to come together. It is only half finished though. However, that is enough to see what the whole piece will look like.   I am so grateful for the … Continue reading

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