Dancing light started this watercolor on
top of the inked drawing on this page of sketches.
I had to add lavender for her.
This little stack of pennies on the edge of a stoop I could not get out of my mind.
What happened to them? Who put them there?
(Answer at the bottom…)
De Noble Farms has the carrots and the snow peas and artichokes
and green beans and bell peppers, which I never buy, and the yummo
romanesco broccoli — a cross between cauliflower and broccoli in flavor —
great for curries. Certified organic…
This is a first… Did not use one Daniel Smith watercolor!
I have some new Holbein watercolors, Da Vinci’s (I want more of them) and
Matteo Grilli’s which accounts for the slight graininess of the earthy colors.
Answer: I put them there on the way in…
I wanted to see how long they would last.
They were still there when we came back.
No one wants a stack of pennies.
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DaVinci, MatteoGrilliArt, and Holbein watercolors.
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