Land Experiment is a watercolor done on paper which was partially coated with Daniel Smith gold ground. The piece is then sprayed and waxed, so there is no need for glass.
Water and pigment flow over the paper surface and I am in awe. Watercolor is simple and yet complex. The pigment and water combinations are endless. No other media matches the nuances and effects of watercolor. Watercolor painting is a constant source of new discoveries. In my studio, I experiment with new ways to use watercolor paint by adding a gold ground or textured surface which makes the paint behave differently. Plein air painting or painting outside is another one of my favorite activities which also presents many challenges – from the weather to the problem of simplifying the landscape.
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