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This was a little bit of urban sketching, a little virtual sketching…. sketched on a walk with watercolors added in the middle of the night! Above, a detail of the line drawing and the finished camellia watercolor. 24th Avenue is … Continue reading
It is the beginning of the challenge of 1 week, 100 people. Sadly I doubt I can do this all week but I had fun with the twelve I managed to produce today. Looking forward to seeing what you all … Continue reading
Time honored tradition now in the pen community… I’m ready! Kill Winter with Orange! I’m for warm colors warm weather and this year the cold in the studio never seems to end despite woolly socks and a heater! Cold cold … Continue reading
Flower from an image by Dan Antion, a good photographer and writer-blogger, met through blogging and he is a friend who also lets me steal his images from which to paint. I love that I am starting this new book … Continue reading
I am creating a new cookbook, gathering the recipes we relied upon in the last year of this crazy pandemic. I am using a journal I am unfamiliar with, created from heavy unfinished and rough paper from India, a Kadhi … Continue reading
Lights! I wanted to stay with objects that delight. Lights are strung on our bookcases in both studio and home, colorful, brilliant spots of twinkle that delight our hearts. We both love color, and our choices of objects that sit … Continue reading
Praying that someday soon we will feel comfortable enough to drive out to the beach! To hear about classes, follow me on Instagram, Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com “Memory is more indelible than ink.” Anita Loos, Gentlemen … Continue reading
Covid changed my journal use yet again. Between the pandemic, sequestration, and the Portland protests, I began to write pages in my sketching journal… because that is what I carry with me, and I felt like I was writing to … Continue reading
A few years ago Tracey Fletcher King turned me onto Fineline Masking Fluid. I tried others and found them sticky and thick and messy; not what I wanted in the ways I wanted to use a masking fluid. Fineline’s masking … Continue reading
Ink-painting with lovely new ink colors… Nostalgie sketchbook takes watercolor washes well, but sometimes ink washes get bogged down in the paper… Especially inks I have not played with enough to see how they move. Troublemaker Sea Glass (green) is … Continue reading
I adore this lovely Estie… it is not the newer Lilac color but the older Blueberry. It is a cross between lovey deep blue-purples and mother-of-pearl. Sweet stub nib glides across the Nostalgie paper! Esterbrook is an excellent company — … Continue reading
I forgot to publish my entire journal from the end of last year… What a period! Lotta writing… Less watercolor (no time) but more ink painting. To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check out my new, improved … Continue reading
My entry into the Sketchbook Project is live online at the Brooklyn Art Gallery! Their scanning leaves a little to be desired (they left out pages and scrunched pages) so I published it again, below. It is touring the country … Continue reading
In the back of new journals, I make sure I try all inked pens on the new paper. It is the second test I have for inks to see if they are waterproof, the first here. I also get to … Continue reading
If you are a watercolor artist your definition of “waterproof” must meets the highest standards. A lovely drawing in ink has to hold while washes of watercolor pour over it; the linework must stay put. When people say, “It is … Continue reading
Charlie from Doodlewash posted his 1000th doodlewash today. His post is worth reading from beginning to end, and I concur. Great minds and all that. At the end of the post he has three takeaways worth following! One is about … Continue reading
I’m journalling daily in my Nostalgie with images almost every page… Too personal to publish, as family is still alive. This images was swirling around in my head for days in deep blue. It has something to do with what … Continue reading