Fall is all of a sudden in high gear! My daughter is now four months old and I’m squeezing in sketching during naps and outings. We recently had a lovely family vacation in the Methow Valley, tucked in the foothills of the North Cascades. Here’s a peek into my sketchbook.
I loved these fall colors and tried to keep this loose. For folks just starting out with watercolor, I often suggest warming up with a page of only colors. It’s fun to experiment with mixing the colors you see and without worrying about composition.
Looking into the hills… and a cute airplane. My dad and father-in-law took a flight over the North Cascades. I was a bit envious!
2 Responses to “Fall Explorations”
Congratulations on the birth of your daughter, Maria! While I won’t be able to leave work here in New York City to attend your workshops, I continue to derive so many hours of pleasure from my art tool kit… taking it with me wherever I go. Thank you.
I’m so glad you’re enjoying your toolkit!