after 6 weeks of working on the same "master" project in my watercolor class, finally, the finished product. It was good that it took a long time because all these things teach you patience, not my best virtue, and the teacher was so good at helping us understand how to "layer" the colors.
When we all reached the "muddy middle" around week 4, she would tell us it was typical, push on through, step away from it when you need to. She reassured that in the end none of them would look alike. Although the assignment was floral and leaves, indeed no painting resembled another by the time we were done. I will miss my Thursday night escapes, which included a Starbucks vanilla latte for the ride to Newburyport ; )
Owner of too many decorating magazines to count, love outdoor spaces, my pergolas, my gardens. Photog for 20 years and see life literally through a lens...elevating my life through painting, classes, cake recipes and frosting, fondant and country music. If Jason Aldean needs a baker on tour, I'm gone.