Adventures In Watercolor: Isolation Art, part II

As promised, here are the rest of my watercolors that I’ve done during the lockdown/social distancing period. First up are some of my usual landscapes (the fireworks one is a new technique using wax crayons, which is really fun to do):

Then I tried a few loose-style flower paintings to practice my brush strokes (following the tutorials of Snowberry Design Co, Shayda Campbell, and DearAnn Art). I’m still not there yet (my sunflowers look more like daisies), but they’re fun:

Now that I’m back to work, I may not touch my painting supplies again for a long time, but we’ll see.


3 Comments on “Adventures In Watercolor: Isolation Art, part II”

  1. Mike says:

    Beautiful! I especially like the first three paintings. The cityscape one reminds me of some of my earlier illustrations, with the silhouetted buildings. I think we both might of been thinking the same thing with your second painting, as I just recently discovered a technique that works well with watercolor and crayon markings. I’ll mention more about this on my blog later.
    You’re doing great!
    Keep up the great work!

  2. Heli Naik says:

    I am an artist and I love painting flowers. I like the way you painted roses. Keep up!!

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