Fearless Friday, Daylilies

I haven’t had time to paint lately, and I can’t wait to get back in my groove of daily drawing and painting. Today I want to share the daylilies I painted during World Watercolor month in July Participating in a challenge is such a great way to motivate yourself and prioritize a goal Right now … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, Watercolor Techniques

July was #Worldwatercolormonth, a daily challenge to promote interest in the arts, and to raise money for art supplies for children all over the world I enjoyed challenging myself to paint one watercolor a day, which is a lot harder than it sounds,… some days I did several and other days I did none… If … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, “Lidy’s Flowers”

  Day 27, World Watercolor Month!!         I almost managed to do one watercolor each day this month, πŸ˜… some very small and simple and others more complicated         When I’m working on a large and detailed painting I set up my easel with the model photo on the … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, Cock-a-Doodle-do!

  There is just something about roosters and chickens that always makes me smile… I saw a photo of a beautiful rooster that made me instantly want to start painting         I started with yellow and orange washes         I like to keep my inspiration photo close to my … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, Fresh Vegetables

I am participating in the 31 day challenge for World Watercolor Month, sponsored by Doodlewash & the Dreaming Zebra Foundation This charity provides music and art supplies for underprivileged children and young adults all over the world, so they can learn to express themselves creatively. It is such a great cause,Β a month to inspire people … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, Sweet Potato Chip Nachos

    We’re nibbling on these Sweet Potato Chip Nachos this weekend so I decided do a quick watercolor sketch for the 31 day challenge during #WorldWaterColorMonth         I started by putting water on the paper and dropping watercolor into it, letting it run and puddle         Once that … Continue reading

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