The first is of a workman's cottage in New Zealand, drawn by Karlyn Holman. It has black ink and watercolor on Arches 140-lb. Cold Press paper.
The second one I finished uses the same technique of throwing paint to create foliage. This one is a door in Europe. Karlyn teaches painting on site all over the world. I would dearly love to go with her on location and spend a week learning to paint with her at my side. Maybe I will start saving up for a trip to France next year!
The last painting is an autumn woods scene which has at least one more step before it is complete. I am supposed to run it under the faucet! We will see what happens!
As I have been painting, I have kept my Moleskine journal close by. When there is a lot of paint left on the palette, I have been applying color to journal pages for future backgrounds. I started working on one of these today. The background looked like this.