Your as proficient with w/c as you are with oils.. You amaze me.. That's what I need to keep going .. someone who amazes me. LOL !!Yes, I use Wet Canvas all the time.. I don't get to travel much so I have to rely on photos from others. I always try to give credit .. but actually they are copyright free as you found out... and so many subjects. Have a great day. Barbra Joan
Thank you so much for the encouraging words. Actually you are one of the artist that gave me the idea to check out wet canvas. You, Hilda, Joan T. and a few other artist whose work inspires me. Wet Canvas is great for that one reason of free reference photos. I used one of the photos that my friend had posted. He is also a great portrait artist. Blogging is great and I will try to post more often. Thank you again BJ for the visit and kind words. All the best to you, Joan
Joan - It is great to see you are blogging again. I stop to check every once in a while to see if you've updated. Maybe someday soon it will be warm enough for plein air painting again. I did go to Longwood Estate after one of the storms, trudged around in the snow taking photos, and then I sat on the porch of the little house and painted the snowy view. I didn't freeze. lol
Wow Joan, that is great. I admire you so much for being out there. Was the driveway to Longwood cleared. We will be painting out doors soon. Take care.
I do so love your watercolors, Joan, so I am excited to see more. This is lovely!
Sherry, thank you so much. I do appreciate your encouragement and support. Just came back from your blog and love the key. All the best to you, Joan
What a lovely still life...love all the whites that make this watercolor sparkle. Thank you for sharing. Have a great week-nd.
Hi Debbie, thank you so much for the lovely comment. On Wednesdays a group of artist meet at the library. This was a set up that we all worked from. Thank you again for the visit and you have a great weekend as well.
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