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Some watercolour paintings

I came across some paintings during my clear out last week, they were destined for the bin, but I had some L’s lying around so I thought I’d see what they looked like with a mount. L’s are just a mount … Continue reading

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A cold day in Ennerdale

It may have been bitterly cold and quite bleak on Friday but there was beauty to be found if you look for it. Ennerdale was quite magical with brooding skies, snow flurries and views that can’t be bettered . I thought … Continue reading

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WOYWW – watercolours

Hello deskers, it’s been a strange sort of week here, I’m still struggling with my mojo so I’ve picked up my crochet hook in the evenings, which is a bit like a meditation for me. Maybe there will be photo’s soon. I’ve … Continue reading

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Painting with a limited palette

One of the simplest ways of achieving a harmonious watercolour is to use a limited palette. A really useful exercise is to paint a number of colour wheels using 3 colours so you can instantly see which would be the … Continue reading

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