One Painting A Day for 365 Days. Catching up on my daily painting posts. This is everything I painted in week 7:
A tiny watercolor trout. I loved painting this one! It turned out much better than I thought it was going to:
A few watercolor hearts. I love Jane Davenport’s new line of watercolors at Michaels….they are so rich with pigment:
I spent this day working in my art journal using Jane’s washi tape line too:
A small watercolor moon. I added the quote to it afterwards because it needed something extra:
A tiny abstract painting on an easel. This one was fun…I actually cut out the teeny tiny paper dolls to use as a stencil. It would have been easier if I’d had some teeny tiny scissors:
We went to eat dinner at the Hemlock Inn one night and I took this photo from the porch:
I was inspired to paint one of the rocking chairs:
I spent this particular day doing some little portraits of Happy. Doesn’t she look pleased? Yay for a happy customer. Portrait customers can be very fickle.
And here’s everything I painted in week 8:
I didn’t paint the background of this painting…it’s a vintage thrift store find…and I just added the quote to it:
One day I painted a rooster. It’s layered acrylic on wood panel:
A pink and blue Choose Joy watercolor:
A formal portrait of Happy. I love her crown of flowers:
Roses in watercolor:
I’m learning my scientific fish names. This is a bluegill I painted. It’s a Lepomi macrochirus. A mouthful. Much easier to say bluegill, bream, brim, or copper nose:
An abstract forest and quote. I was very happy with how this layering turned out. Some experiments work…other’s don’t. This one worked. And I love John Muir.
And I keep going….I can’t believe I’ve made this far.
I do list some of my artwork for sale. You can find it on Etsy here.
All my daily paintings can be found indexed here!