“Watercolor is like a pet.
It has its own mind,
and you can only domesticate it to a certain degree.
You’d better find a constructive way of cohabitating.”
[Urban Watercolor Sketching, via Marion VO]
From my journal: “Toulouse was part of the Camino or path of Saint James. Saint Sernin-Basilica is part of the UNESCO Heritage Site. Two places to cross the river in the 1600s: Point Neuf. built in the 16th Century, and the Bazacle, a ford across the Garonne, built in the 12th Century.”
“They tried to bury us.
They didn’t know we were seeds.” Mexican Proverb
Moleskin 8×11 watercolor journal, Pentalic HB woodless pencil, De Artramentis Document and Super5 ink, and Daniel Smith, Holbien and QoR watercolors.
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Nice pages, Kate!!!
Beautiful watercolour and ink.
I think you cohabitate quite nicely with your pets.
Jilanne, Sandi, and Joan, thank you. I really like the bog brown church . . .
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Love the quotes today!! My watercolor pets are out of control and banished to the storeroom until therapy ends and I can comfortably watch some videos you recommended!!
They are both new favorites! Huggs.
Your journal/journey just gets better with each post.
Thanks Susanissima. This has been the most fun thing I’ve done in a while. I will do more of these!