During high school art classes, one of the medium used was Watercolor. I recalled when one of my art Instructor, Mr. Henderson, introduced watercolor paints and the different paper weights and textures. I fell in love with the medium! I adored how the way paint and water interacted with each other; the many different applications and techniques used based on the level of water saturation on the paper. Most of all, I was captivated by the intricacy of how just watercolor can create light, shadow, depth and perception and how the final product can provoke the viewer's mood and feelings.
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"Across Grain", 32 x 24" Wood Framed on 140 lb watercolor
Won the Honorable Mention Award, during the Women's Art Association of Hamilton, 115th Juried Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Hamilton. February 2011