“I keep painting the trees -
I'm still learning how to see them;
I'm still discovering how to render their forms.
I will spend a lifetime doing that.
Maybe someday I'll get it right.”
~ Alan Lee
I taught a watercolor class today and this was my demo (another version of day 1). Some of my students are having a hard time loving Yupo paper and the alcohol inks, so I usually do a wet-in-wet demo in watercolor on traditional watercolor paper for them. After painting in watercolor on cotton rag for over 40 years, I can usually pull it off, even though I'm a little rusty. See some of my other 30 paintings in 30 days in-progress shots, more about my techniques and thoughts about doing a series, later today, right here. Like I always say; "Repetition is the key to mastery.", so It is never time wasted, to redo and repaint something again.
Someday, I'll Get It Right
Original ID # A-3b-17 - Signed 10 x 8" Matted Watercolor on Arches 140lb Cold Press Paper
Since the above painting was not in alcohol ink, I added another for this day. Here is Day 4's official entry.
Winter Wind • Sold
Original ID #A-4-17- Signed - 7 x 5" Matted Alcohol Ink Painting on Yupo Paper