Brush To Paper

 

 

Practice. 3 x 4.75 in. watercolor on gessoed Arches 140 lb. cold pressed paper. © 2017 Sheila Delgado

Practice. 3 x 4.75 in. watercolor on gessoed Arches 140 lb. cold pressed paper. © 2017 Sheila Delgado

 

Have I really only posted two paintings this month? Can’t be. I have been painting. Still working on those angel pours for one thing. Been up late getting things done. But not painting I guess. Maybe that is why I felt the need to pick up my brush before I went to bed.

This is the wonky little bowl I painted before. Ten minutes with my waterbrush and colors.

Worked late last night on my entry for the next fabric challenge. YOU are going to love it! Well, I hope you will. I love it.

Whew! Now I just need to decide what color version I am going to enter.

Happy day to you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Brush To Paper

  1. Dotty Seiter

    Love the wonky bowl, the checkerboard grid, the white polka dots, the overall simplicity, and knowing it was your hand that brought the brush to paper : )

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    1. Sheila Post author

      Thank you my friend. Now go put your feet up for five minutes and pretend your to do list is a “Ta da done” list :)

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  2. Dave

    It’s interesting how doing other stuff leads us away from the things we say we’re most passionate about. Steven Pressfield calls the force that leads us away “The Resistance” in his book “The War of Art”. It’s a great book!

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    1. Sheila Post author

      Hi Dave, just added the summary to my Kindle. I will check it out tonight :) Enjoy your day!

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