Friday, November 13, 2015

Trees and mountains

I was in a watercolor class today, with a favorite teacher, Elizabeth Ellison, in a class that's about really about learning watercolor techniques and "tools to use." 

I was so delighted to somehow produce a couple of pleasing studies, one of mountains, channeling (again) the Rockies of my childhood, not the smooth mountains of the Southern Appalachians where I live now, and feel at home, and the other, following Elizabeth's mention of a beech, turned into a remembrance of a sycamore.

mountains

tree study

3 comments:

  1. You are a multi-talented woman! Love the sycamore.

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  2. Very Nice article.
    Love to read your blogs.
    Thanks for sharing these articles.

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  3. Thanks, Gail, for your supportive comment! I figure it's important to express our creativity wherever we can, whether we're "talented" at it, or not....

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