This is #13 of paintings ready for the show at The Prizery. 37 more to go by end of October - whee!
Today starts a new beginning with my art adventures - new paper and new paint in hand and ready to get serious about learning Susan Harrison-Tustain's methods! It's a much slower process, but I think that by the nature of working small areas at a time I will make far less mistakes. I love masking the foreground so I can easily slop on the background - but tape and masking fluid do leak - sometimes they even destroy the paper by lifting off the top layers - and if I wasn't real careful with the process, I'd have yucky edges I need to lift either with stiff brush or handy dandy Mr. Clean Magic Erasers! With Susan's methods, you carefully wet the background and slowly drop in paint - right up to the foreground. I can do this! :-)
Anyway, here is my most recent painting with my old wicked ways: