Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Open 7 Am
Painting outdoors could be quite complicate. I carry a huge bag with a lot of materials. The biggest problem is to find a place to seat. Then spreading the colors and water around me and start to paint. I have already lost any inhibition when painting, but I still prefer streets with less people. In most of the cases I just sit on the pavement. I always forget a basic rule: Let the colors dry, get up and stretch. I am learning a lot with every new watercolor here. In this picture I got fascinated by the negative space around the tree.