Watercolor flowers

I recently painted these small watercolor flowers and added a leafy vine underneath as a nice final touch. I loved how the white matted frame brings it all together. My mother in law, who was the recipient, loved it which made me super happy!

Let’s face it…who nose?

I decided to start practicing sketching faces and facial features- noses in particular. Now, I’m not where I want to be with my sketching but thank God I’m not where I used to be… I’m proud of the progress I’ve made and truly do believe that consistent practice is worth it and goes a long…

My Watercolor Chart

I love color and how colors combine together to form entirely new colors. I put together this watercolor color chart a few weeks ago which was not only time consuming (took me 3 1/2 hours straight!), but also well worth it. This color chart used a total of 15 of my Winsor & Newton Artist…

Watercolor Explorations

Lately, I’ve really been getting into drawing and watercolor painting.  So much so that I’ve recently added a few new Winsor & Newton Artist’s colors to my collection- Cobalt Turquoise Light which is a beautiful aqua, Quinacradone Magenta which is a gorgeous and vibrant fuschia, and Cerulean Blue (red shade) which I describe as that…

My other creative outlet…

Lately I have been supplementing my knitting and crocheting with some art.  It started out with colored pencil and has since migrated into watercolor painting. After doing research on both colored pencil and watercolor painting, I decided to go with Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and Winsor & Newton watercolor tubes.  And both have been great!…