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This I see when I go to the bank. I take my sketchbook often. Such a beautiful church sitting under the I-5 on-ramp! The list, above. To hear about journalling and architectural sketching classes, follow me on Facebook! ☾ Hahnemühle … Continue reading
Inktober and two new purchases pushed me even further into playing with just inks, or mostly inks, instead of watercolor. Today I write about my first month of using inks in a painterly way… and that means I am moving … Continue reading
Mitchell and I like to walk up Thurman Street sometimes (and should do it more!). So many old garages and oddities and lovely gardens. Some of the old garages look like they are never used; the vines cover the doors. … Continue reading
NOTE: For those that might be visiting from Restore Oregon, I am speaking largely to other painters and student painters in my blog.) Wong’s Chinese Laundry resided in the Wong Laundry Building on NW 3d St, an area currently under constant … Continue reading
My last entry for World Watercolor Month! My entire month! Next year, I’ll do them both again! ©D. Katie Powell. My images/blog posts may be reposted; please link back to dkatiepowellart.
Mitchell Boy Train Yogananda Destiny. All in the color orange…. Cherished Blogfest Starts today! July 29, 30, 31! Tell us about a cherished object: post a painting / drawing / photo, and in 500 words or less, tell us why … Continue reading