Tuesday, December 18, 2007


A preview of what's to come ... I did this from a photo I took on Pigeon Key last time I was in the Keys and, inspired by Suzanne (http://www.suzannemcdermott.blogspot.com/) on Lama-Li, handmade Indian paper, which is resistant, that is, the paint sits on top and blends or moves easily--which I like; lifting is not easy (which I don't do much, or try not to, but which is a characteristic of the paper I most often use, Fabriano). I do very much like the wove texture, which reminds me of papers used by Sargent.
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4 comments:

Cathy Gatland said...

have just browsed around and found your blog - I love your loose, wet watercolours - makes me itch to get mine out again

laura said...

Hi Cathy. Thanks so much for viewing and commenting on my blog; I'm new to blogging and receiving comments from fellow watercolorists is such a thrill. Do you have a blog I can visit?
I'll be home from Fla. around the 9th and will be posting the sketches I've done here. I hope you'll check back!!

Suzanne said...

We've been waiting for new posts...

Anything ready to show?

Suzanne said...

Whoops! Just read that you won't be home till the 9th. See you after that.

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