Looking forward to a little extra time after Easter to do some painting. I've been surprisingly very busy these past two weeks with church and family stuff, so that leaves no extra time to get behind the easel these days.
I am enjoying this art challenge so much more than I ever thought I would. More details below, but here a few of my favorites hearts so far: The current heart art challenge will be done in a couple of weeks and I'm already planning another one for 2020. These are the highlights for me so far: Getting back into watercolor painting. I haven't used watercolors in a very long time and need to make them a regular part of my creative process. Relearning old stuff.... Like how different papers absorb paint. Some of the paper pads I've been using were bought over the years when they were on sale and put in my art storage boxes, so it's been interesting relearning how to use them and the difference between different poundage of the paper, the different textures of the paper, etc. Working faster and thinking less. Sometimes it is very easy to over think during the creative process.... it's like trying for perfection, but losing out on the fun o