I'm getting so close to finishing this watercolor for the Edwin Warner Park fundraiser which starts on March 31. I think I can finished it in two day. The problem is, which two days. This week is already full, so I may have to burn some mid-night oil this week. Tomorrow, I'll go ahead and lift the masking off, then the detail work begins. This painting is about 14" x 18", that means I'll have to have it framed because of it odd size or use a metal frame. Looking forward to tomorrow.
The Grape Vine caught my attention. I had to include it for the Edwin Warner Park fundraiser.
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, March 31, 5:30-7:30 pm .
The exhibit will run through the months of April and May, 2017
This is the start of the painting, I'll be working on it tomorrow in the studio.
I finished this one today. I couldn't stand it, I had to go to the studio to put the final touches on.I'll check it tomorrow but I think it finished. I'm excited about this one. 18" x 14" watercolor.
I worked today on this. Yes, I went in to the studio on a Sat. and I'm still feeling good about it. I need to adjust the background some more and put the final touches on. I'm hoping for Monday. I can't wait to get back into the studio..
So far so good! It's not finished but I'm loving this one so far. I want to put the back ground in tomorrow! I got a lot done on it today. I worked all day at the studio today. It felt great to get something accomplished for once. I hope tomorrow goes as well as today did.
Monday, I was busy! Tuesday, I was busy! Wednesday, I volunteer at the Chamber! I can't seem to get to the studio anymore. I did work late this afternoon for a while. I can't manage my time. Tomorrow is another day, maybe I can get something done. I'm so frustrated. There isn't enough time in the day.
I started this one Monday. It's from a photo I took years ago in GA. at a Bluegrass event. The guitar player's pose I found interesting. His concentration and he was so focused on his music.. Monday, I drew him out and on Tuesday I rechecked my drawing and I was so pleased that I was right on it. I had very few corrections to make. I then transferred my drawing onto the watercolor paper. I don't like to draw directly on the watercolor paper in case I have to erase. It can mess up the paper. Today I put in the first washes. I really like it so far, I hope I don't mess it up. I love getting back into the studio everyday. I'll be working on this tomorrow and I can't wait.
This is an adventure for me, something I've always wanted to do: to be a real Artist! So I rented a studio, lets see how it goes.