…zum Malen? Kurz gesagt habe ich ausgedehnte Zeitblöcke zum Malen bei meinen Workshops und kürzere zwischendrin.
Ein paar meiner liebsten Malerinnerungen und die dazugehörigen Bilder.
Im letzten Beitrag ging es um Farben, ganz speziell um Rottöne. Ich habe vor kurzem nämlich einen neuen Rotton in meine Palette aufgenommen – und mittlerweile auch schon eine ganz leckeres rotlastiges Bild damit gemalt, hach, das war so toll!
So, last week was my still life week. This means I made one little still life watercolour sketch every day. Doing this usually took me about an hour and was a means to get watercolour sketching again, meaning: I wanted
Continuing with my still lives, I notice a few trends. I tend to want to go for the potted plants first because they seem a lot more interesting than most other subjects around the house even though the sheer plenitude
And now for somethiing completely different… a little honey bee! It is drawn in ink (by Sennelier) and painted with gouache on a sheet of paper which I have torn out of Flow magazine. I love that magazine for its
Like I said yesterday, Saturday’s paint-out was a bit flawed insofar as the weather forced us indoors, at least temporarily. And there, indoors, lovely flowers in large vases were waiting to get painted! I went for the gladiolas, and I
Two days ago incessant heavy rain prevented any painting outing whatsoever. I had reserved time in the day especially for that and was therefore quite disappointed. However, one of the blogs I read happened to feature a post on flower
On Saturday, a few of us got together for a little sketchcrawl. Keen to try our hands at a few lavishly decorated villas, we met in a rather pretty residential area of Luneburg. Due to the inclement weather, however, we
Despite being alone at home (as my sweetheart tours the world for work and fame – not really) I had such a lovely and colourful weekend! And I have friends to thank for that for the most part. Saturday was