On November 13, 2014 I demonstrated several techniques I use to paint the intuitive, abstract watercolors in my studio.
Due to the fact that a painting requires at least twelve hours to complete, I arrived in Santa Rosa with four, full sheet paintings of the exact same composition, but at different phases of completion. At the Watercolor Artists of Sonoma County demonstration, I worked on each of the four paintings without bringing any of the four to completion. Now that I am back in New Jersey, I am completing the paintings and sharing them so that the artists who attended the demonstration will be able to see the resolution of the paintings. The painting was created with a limited palette of three pigments: aureolin, ultramarine blue and alizarin crimson.
I have also created a PDF snippet of the above painting at various stages of development. Click here to view the Free Snippet of the WASCO DEMO Number One.
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