zaterdag 20 november 2010
Watercolour in letterbox format on Bockingford paper 200 Lbs.
54 x 25 Cm
The house is still there, but the sheds are gone long ago.
Keep it light, you can always add darks later.
Reflections are done on randomly wet paper, dont wet it all, cause you got to have happy accidents, and that is not gone to happen when you play safe on pre-wetted paper!
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