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Tag Archives: Daniel Smith watercolors
Every time I am sitting under the 405 freeway waiting to pick up Mitchell at UHaul, I think about trying to sketch the freeway overhead. ARGH! Not easy… So my first page was the drawing above… I usually sit facing … Continue reading
Some of you may know that recently I thought I had lost my favorite travel palette. *heartbroken* Those who have a worn old tool you love will understand… All of it was replaceable, but I wanted my tool that started … Continue reading
Still working with strange colors that has oddities from not-my-favorite palette! Opaque watercolors, and I have issues with those. Still I like! I may try out the darker Burnt Tiger Eye (brown) I used here! To hear about classes, follow … Continue reading
Elizabeth Muether shared some fun images to the Virtual Sketchwalk group this month! Loved this one…I lost my favorite travel palette, and pulled a strange palette that has oddities and worked with them for this image… some opaque watercolors, and … Continue reading
I support our local small art stores 99% of the time; This week reminded me of WHY I shop small business, and why YOU SHOULD TOO. I have used Golden Gesso many times in my life, but never paid attention … Continue reading
Mitchell brought me early sunflowers to cheer me; I love sketching their cheery faces! To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com “Memory is more indelible than ink.” Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. … Continue reading