A couple Saturdays ago we painted at the South Pasadena Library. The old library building at this location is from the 1930s and was the entrance when I moved to South Pasadena. It was expanded in the 1980s, including a new entrance on the opposite side of the original building. This is the view most of our group was painting so I chose a shady spot in the same area. The last time I painted at the library I tried the coffee house across the street which I posted in Kaldi.
After my two recent watercolor workshops with Iain Stewart and David Taylor, I'm thinking about what I've learned. There is so much to understand about watercolor. After understanding the basics, it's another thing to master...beginning plans and finishing details with a goal in mind. With all that's in our painter's brains about what to do, maybe we just all paint intuitively...it's on my mind.
|8 x 10" Watercolor|