Here is a little watercolor of Roe Islet that I painted recently. Roe Islet is a great spot for both photography and inspiration.
With the insanity of everyday life taking a toll on my available time, I recently decided to take a break from the larger panels and instead enjoy painting in watercolors for a week or two. Watercolors require smaller amounts of time and commitment, plus I find simply by working on paper you are more likely to experiment. Experimentation is a good thing, keeping things loose and trying new things. It is easy to fit in two or three watercolors in a day, where a bigger panel takes weeks to complete. Some of the watercolors I have been working on are also scenes I have an interest in painting on a large panel; in a way they are enjoyable research.
When I say this is a watercolor, it is in fact a watercolor overworked with…
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