Posts Tagged: Watercolor journaling

You Can’t Go Wrong with Chives

I love chives. Really, I love all herbs, and my little herb garden is a wondrous source of delight in my life. It’s great to slip out the front door, pick a few fresh herbs, and use them in cooking.

You Can’t Go Wrong with Chives

I love chives. Really, I love all herbs, and my little herb garden is a wondrous source of delight in my life. It’s great to slip out the front door, pick a few fresh herbs, and use them in cooking.

If It’s Not Fun, Don’t Do It

Yesterday was my “fun day” for art. I played with lots of little watercolor “tricks” which I’ll share from time to time. I might even be able to use some of the techniques I learned for future paintings. I think a

If It’s Not Fun, Don’t Do It

Yesterday was my “fun day” for art. I played with lots of little watercolor “tricks” which I’ll share from time to time. I might even be able to use some of the techniques I learned for future paintings. I think a

Watercolor Journaling

I’m off on a new adventure: watercolor journaling. I’ve always loved watercolor paintings. They’re magical; they’re ethereal.  The soft, transparent colors always give me a feeling of peace, a sense of something beyond the image captured. Until recently, however, I’d never

Watercolor Journaling

I’m off on a new adventure: watercolor journaling. I’ve always loved watercolor paintings. They’re magical; they’re ethereal.  The soft, transparent colors always give me a feeling of peace, a sense of something beyond the image captured. Until recently, however, I’d never