Two weeks ago, David and I went to Kripalu, a yoga retreat center that we visit regularly. Of course I packed up my travel kit, journal and special treats and I took the time to find a flower to two to draw and paint. While drawing the orange flower I was bit by a nastyContinue reading “Embracing Ambiguity.”
Tag Archives: Watercolor
Of palettes, paint and refills.
Sticking to the theme of maintaining a watercolor/travel palette, I created the video above. The watercolor box you will see in the video was originally a Cotman Watercolor Compact Set set, that I reclaimed, replacing their palette with colors I know and love. Cotman is Winsor Newtons’s student grade paint set. Empty travel palettes can be quiteContinue reading “Of palettes, paint and refills.”
Traveling with Paint
During the webinar a few weeks back, Barbara asked what I would carry were I to travel to France. And while I have no plans to travel to France (though I would love to), I do know what I would carry were I to do so. The above palettes, as I talked about before, areContinue reading “Traveling with Paint”
From Messy to Clean and Back
I don’t know how it works for you but at Casa Melly, the studio gets messy as all get out, I can’t stand it anymore, I can’t clean while in the middle of project. Then, just when it is driving me batty, I clean it up, spic and span. While my studio was clean andContinue reading “From Messy to Clean and Back”