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Anyone know where? I was given a photo without reference. This is a 10×16 watercolor on Arches 140# cold press sheet. Found out my neutral tint was leaning toward blue. Need to try another.
After consideration, I thought this watercolor needed something foreground. Initially, I should have brought the two figures forward. I decided on a figure in the foreground leading the viewer into the scene. Also, corrected a few things like the windows bottom right, added hands to the clock, slats to the shutters. Better.
Ran across Tim Wilmot, watercolorist, on YouTube and watched a couple of his online demos and then attended an online in-person event as he painted a street scene in Uganda. Anyway, thought I would post a couple of my first-brush attempts after this instruction. My goal is to become looser in my painting and try more colors. Hard to break old habits.
What a year, this 2020. COVID lifestyle change in March and emergency surgery on a ruptured disk in April and a follow-up disk fusion in July. Just getting back to it and now, to survive Election Day.
Dr. Barry Kaplan put my back together and to show my appreciation of being able to walk again, I gave him a watercolor of the #11 hole at Isleworth Golf Club in Windermere, FL. Sound familiar? It might, Tiger used to live there and it’s where his ex practiced her nine iron. Dr. Kaplan is a member and plays the course.