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WASHES DOODLES and STUDIES
posted: May 14, 2008
A few quick poses of the greatest model on earth . . . Fred. He's and artist . . . how he poses is a performance . . . he's wonderful....
A spread from my sketchbook. This time, I broke from years of tradition and purchased a different kind of sketchbook. I'm seeing it as an indication of growth. Different color, different size, different paper and it has a pretentious little ribbon the ties the whole thing closed. I wasn't sure if I was ready for the change and I basically ignored it for a few weeks. But now I think I've found my joy with it. These little watercolor notes have been so satisfying. At times clumsy, but for sure mostly satisfying. Here is a few from my Monday night private class. Watercolor is such great painting practice! So quick.  I think a fresh look comes from clean clear color choices. More mixing and observing.
The little profile at the bottom is Selma. She's back from Florida and spending most of her time watching over her kids and there kids....
2 comments
Jim Paillot May 14, 2008
Love the looseness that watercolor demands, too. Nice painting. The first page of a new sketchbook is always the hardest.
Peter Cusack May 15, 2008
SOOOOO true Jim. Thanks for stopping in and leaving a comment.
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