My Paintings From a Watercolor Workshop
This past winter I enrolled in a beginner's watercolor workshop. The instructor had us draw and paint pictures done by famous artists: Degas, Winslow Homer, and Sargent, and I tried very hard to do a good job. Some of the paintings were chosen to help us with buildings and objects that receded into the background, while other paintings were to help us use a dark background to bring out, or define, something white. You can see my attempt at this when I painted the pasta makers.
Another painting I chose to do was a Degas bronze of the little ballerina. I haven't finished, but I like the way it's turning out.
How do you like the painting I did of my daughter and her goats?
My Slide show.
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I am Marilyn.