Summmmmmmmmmer time and the living’s easy! The summer of 2020 is the perfect time to engage your brain in something other than scrolling social media in a paralyzed panic. Being a teacher in 2020 has stretched my limits of anxiety and I vowed this summer to let go, relax and paint fun things for myself. This post has four of my favorite watercolor tutorials that …
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This time lapse painting shows how a few colors and repeated petal shapes create a simple hydrangea. Continue reading Daily Doodle | Easiest Hydrangea Painting Ever
I really enjoy the randomness of watercolor. I love doing these botanical paintings, because I can just let loose and let the painting happen. These daily doodles have been a great way for me to let my art happen more often, more quickly and with less planning. I think making time for experimentation is important as an artist, but as an art teacher it’s almost … Continue reading Daily Doodle: Botanical Painting
I can’t stop painting watercolor blobs and then adding Micron pen details. The random flow of the paint is so therapeutic after a hectic day in the classroom. The pen brings out my obsessive nature, which is equally as therapeutic! Continue reading Daily Doodle: Watercolor Flowers (again!)