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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Always willing to learn!

      One of my yearly goals that I have set for myself was to take two art workshops per year.  Each time I always try to take lessons from a different artist. I feel this helps me grow as a well rounded artist. Sometimes, I take a workshop for oil painting and other times it is in a totally foreign medium. This year I am getting out of my box and learning how to paint in watercolor. Linda Pence, a wonderful, eclectic artist in Gainesville, teaches watercolor and has studio time in 6 weeks intervals, once a week. You can see her schedule on her website lindapence.com. I did the first 6 weeks and I just signed up for another session.

     Watercolor is a totally different medium for me.  I have had to dig deep to not approach my painting like an oil painting.  It has been fun and challenging and I have met a whole new group of artist friends. Getting out of my creative box is always fun!


This very expressive pelican was from a photo I took in Cedar Key while visiting it with my cousin Denise.


These natural eggs I bought from my friend, Lu Ann who has a wonderful chicken farm was a real challenge with all those values.

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