How to Control Water in Your Brush One of the biggest challenges in watercolor painting is controlling the amount of water in your brush. People often ask me how I do it. Washing and Rinsing your brush is a crucial step
When it comes to watercolor painting, sometimes your blank paper can be intimidating. So just think of your painting as a study and you can more easily relax into the process. The drawing is often the foundation of a watercolor painting.
Returning to Carmel-by-the-Sea to paint has been a family tradition for over 20 years. With my Aunt Ellie Weakley and her teaching partner, Cathy Goodale, Carmel is where I first started painting en Plein Air (painting outside from life). I
Paint your Watercolor Sketchbook this September with Cindy and Theresa. We’ve had many requests to return to Santa Barbara so we’ll be heading out there at a desirable time of year to enjoy the beautiful architecture, flowers, beach, charming downtown and
Springtime in L'Isle sur la Sorgue, Provence From the snowcovered, frozen landscape of Bend, Oregon, I have traveled to the charming and much warmer village of "L'Iles sur la Sorgue" in Provence. In this I will be sharing my experience as