DEB WARD ART
Deb Ward, GWS, OWS, PWS, WSI - WATERCOLOR/WATER MEDIA - My passion is teaching adult “beginners”. Weekly classes in my home; workshops; classes for Cincinnati Recreation Commission. My work is nationally recognized and published - see “Featured” on my sidebar. I’m a Signature Member of Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana state Watercolor Societies, Cincinnati Art Club, past-President of Greater Cincinnati Watercolor Society. Contact info below under “Class Information”
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Ah ha - - - she found out that, even though you set out to work in one area, you notice something that bothers you in another area, so you go over there to paint, then you realize you didn't paint the area you thought you should paint, so you go back there, until you realize another area on the other side of the painting needs help . . . . well, you get the idea!
And, sometimes, you see a spot that needs "help", you get paint on your brush - and then find yourself sitting with your brush mid-air, having no idea where you are supposed to put the paint that is on your brush!!!
It's not as cut and dried as it looks!!! Haha.
I think it may be done - or else I'm just done looking at it!
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Thursday, March 9, 2017
Thursday, March 2, 2017
First I traced the photo (I know, cheating . . . ) but - then it took me several hours to carefully compare the photo to the tracing, adding and erasing lines as necessary, until I had all of the leaves.
Then I added the blue sky and greens of possible leaves in the background.
And, by the way, the paper used here is a print paper, not technically a watercolor paper. It has the properties of hot press w/c paper, and is acid free. Sometimes I like to use different papers, just to try them out.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The grill has been painted in. I find painting all of those little areas very "zen"-like.
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Monday, January 30, 2017
|Showing the size of the brush|
|Enlarged so you can read the brush|
Now that's a mouthful!!! Also something of an oxymoron!
It's a great brush, very soft and holds tons of water. I've had it for probably a year before I began using it, and now wonder why it took me so long!
I began using the Black Velvet brushes several years ago and would highly recommend them. They are inexpensive enough that if the point dulls you don't spend a fortune to replace them, but they act very much like an expensive sable.