It's been a while since I got out the watercolors to make a painting. Have I missed painting with watercolors? Probably a little. There is something so satisfying about watching wet pigment spread and mix on the paper's surface. Yet it's a daring adventure too, bordering in the edge of chaos, as you never really know exactly what you'll get. Last week's delightful visit to a nearby farm inspired me to get out my watercolor palette and load up my brushes once again.
On a recent fine spring afternoon we took a drive up to the Parkway looking for a different perspective. At the Raven Rocks overlook we were able to notice the almost imperceptible signs of spring just beginning to be visible in a softening of the tree branches.
My paintings of late have been inspired by the changing season in response to color and to the variable spring weather.
I dream in color.
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