Look out the window. I watched the morning sky go from pink and blue to peach and purple, then blue with some white clouds. So I painted my versions of these on scrap paper with watercolors. It’s not a finished “thing,” there’s no plan or … [Continue reading] about Don’t know what to paint next?
If you keep going Another class, this one called Galaxy Night Sky. I used a cardboard round for my first attempt just to get a feel for the color blending. Felt okay, so I moved to what Strathmore calls their “best” watercolor paper. I … [Continue reading] about Frustration leads to learning
Another estate sale find: a wooden folding fan with an image printed on its surface. I wondered how water coloring the picture would look. Now I know. Started with Jane Davenport’s bright palette then remembered my unused @honeybeepigments … [Continue reading] about Folding fan goes from plain to colorful
At an estate sale yesterday, I found a box full of mini magnetic tiles with letters and symbols and two 4x6 magnetic picture frames. Together it all weighs nearly 10 pounds. The contents screamed, “Take me home with you!” So I did. There’s still … [Continue reading] about Had to have but not sure why
The glue that came with the kit is *still* not set or dry after 24 hours! The off brand super glue I used on the second broken cup did set but I was only able to get two pieces put back together. I mixed Elmer’s with the gold powder and painted … [Continue reading] about The kintsugi experiment part 2