2 minute watercolors

I promised an English translation of my 2-minute-watercolor-workshop from `Aquarellieren heute´- here it is, how it will appear in my book at the end of this year.

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8 thoughts on “2 minute watercolors

  1. Your work is beautiful, and this was a very thought-provoking post. I hadn’t thought of the difference between a watercolor and a “colored drawing”. Your thoughts about editing to the painting to the essential components reminds me of Matisse’s goal to create a sense of shape using as few lines as possible. I am puzzling through the discovery my own style, and this post offered great insight. If you have any other thoughts to share, I am happy to hear them. I paint in acrylic, but I’d love to paint with watercolors too (not sure borrowing my daughters’ Crayola watercolors counts for much artistically, but they’re fun).

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