I made lots of mistakes. Years of oil painting have to be set aside in favor of more carefully controlled watercolor techniques. My biggest sin in watercolor is to paint too fast. Watercolor requires some careful thinking before you begin and as you proceed. It is a wonderful medium though...so much different than oil. I had a great day in Howard's studio, learned a lot and did this painting. I look forward to the next attempt. Hopefully, I'll do a little better.
I call this Howard's Mill. I don't even know if it is a mill, but who cares? Thanks for a good day Howard.
|Howard's Mill Watercolor on 15" x 22" Arches Rough|
My Art Site: Bruce Hancock Fine Art