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Green Leaves in Watercolor -Collard Greens

Have you visited Doodlewash? It is a great website for people who love to paint with watercolor or people who admire watercolor as an artistic medium! Charlie O’Shields, host supreme, and friend of mine has invited me again as a guest blogger. Click here to read my post. The following step-by-step video is featured in… Read More

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The first flower I posted for World Watercolor Month, a rose, happens to be the emblem of my adoptive country, USA. The last flower posted is an orchid (a close resemblance to the Cattleya Trianae) the emblem of my country of origin, Colombia. And those are indeed beautiful and quite regal flowers to admire, but…… Read More

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From this group of flowers, painted in celebration of World Watercolor Month, I’d like to highlight the Red Clover. Just like me, the Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) is a flower originally from another part of the planet, but happily naturalized in Vermont. Red Clover is the state flower of Vermont and it’s symbolic of this… Read More

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Here you see the fourth group of flowers I have painted to celebrate World Watercolor Month. Read also the following thoughts on flowers, beautifully expressed by different artists:  You’re here for a short visit only. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. And make sure to paint the flowers along the way. ~Walter Hagen Art is like a… Read More

Thumbnail image for What You Can Learn from Painting Watercolor Flowers

Are you a flower gardener? If you are, my hat is off to you! You must be an expert on the names of many flowers. To celebrate World Watercolor Month, I’m painting and giving away a watercolor flower every day of the month via my Instagram account. What can you learn from painting flowers? Painting… Read More

Thumbnail image for A Secret to Gaining Patience When Painting With Watercolor

Do you ever feel that you lose your patient and ruin your watercolor painting because you couldn’t wait for a layer to dry? Working on several watercolor pieces at once is the secret to developing the patience needed not ruin your watercolor paintings. Why is that? You might wonder! Because it’s the perfect way to… Read More

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Having a timed painting project is a great way to give yourself structure and create space in your day for art, even if is for a short period at a time. July is World Watercolor Month. To celebrate, I’m painting and giving away a watercolor flower every day of the month via my Instagram account… Read More

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