Weed Painting Challenge

Plein-Air Painting, watercolour painting

I thought that this week I would take a break from posting about my journey around the world in 2013.  In real time I am working on new watercolor paintings everyday.  I decided to enter into another on line challenge about painting weeds in their outdoor location.  Painting outdoors is a very different experience compared to studio work.

In the studio I have the luxury of stopping whenever I need to.  I can use a hairdryer to dry my watercolor painting and most important I have a comfortable chair.  The biggest advantage to painting in the studio is that you can control every aspect and stage of the painting with in reason.

This painting challenge on face book is hosted by James Gurney, author, illustrator and an exceptionally talented artist.  His out door painting studies are an inspiration to many artists at different stages in their development. To see his blog and the Weed Painting Challenge you can go to http://www.gurneyjourney.blogspot.com and look for weed painting challenge in the index.

The title of my picture is Persicaria and Driftwood and was painted by the Fraser River in Richmond, BC. just a few miles from home.


 

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