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When sick, I started a day off with watercolors. Gads I am rusty… Groans… I’ve been painting with inks! This is a mixture of ink and watercolor, an experiment, actually mixing them together and it is a failed experiment… oddly … Continue reading
Sometimes I try small handmade paint companies. I took a chance on Aussie painter and paintmaker MatteoGrilliArt handmade paints! and liked his so much I ordered more! LOOK AT THOSE COLORS!!!! Intense pigment, beautiful, not as creamy smooth as a … Continue reading
Ganesha is calling again. ☾ Pentalic Nature Sketch Journal, with a Pentalic HB woodless pencil, Platinum Carbon Pen with Platinum Carbon ink waterproof cartridges, Sennelier, Holbein, and DS Primatek watercolors, and Daniel Smith Watercolors ©D. Katie Powell. My images/blog … Continue reading
FINALLY, I am caught up with postings and painting! Christmas cactus remind me of my grandmother, Mimi. I have NO green thumb for indoor plants but I have always had one of them in my home. Ours is a bit … Continue reading
I’ve been looking forward to finishing my last A5 book (Hahnemuhle Nostalgie Sketchbook) so I could start the new Hahnemühle Watercolour Book, my spring gift to me! I am picky about my journals and have tried several, only to find … Continue reading
What fun is life if you don’t play around with your colors? Can you see Ganesha in the watery mess I made? I love him… he is going to Mitchell with a love poem! Experimenting with Hahnemühle Post Card, made … Continue reading