Today post is for “A Photo A Week Challenge” hosted by Nancy Merrill Photography the theme of this week is “Glowing” these photos were taken in different places at different time and they are all glowing!
This post is for two days Day #23 – 24/31 of the World Watercolor Month For day 23 I painted a cup of coffee! Most of us love coffee I do anytime! Yesterday I went to a nice Coffee place and while sipping my delicious cup of coffee I painted this one!
– Beach –
Day #24 World Watercolor Month
Day #24/31 For today here in California is really hot these days so a nice isolated beach was in my day-dreams a perfect subject for today painting! ❤
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Today to join Charlie for our “Doodlewash Dinner” I decided to bring the idea of the place where we will have our dinner! 😉
And I bring the beach to you! A dinner with a front view of the blue ocean…isn’t it great?
Sorry no food from me today. I was thinking what to paint and since my time today is not much I decided that was a good idea to include the idea of a place and what is better than an ocean view. What do you think?
I like to share this watercolor painting a seascape that I made some time ago. I have the original here framed on the wall. I kept this one for myself and it is just in front of me on my desk! I love to look at it every day when I am seat at my computer. I purposely placed it there a bit high than my 24″ screen, because I feel that is a relaxing view to rest my eyes on it, the color palette is very delicate I feel peace when I look at it. I wanted to have an imaginary open window on the ocean inside the room.
I also wanted one of my painting to be the inspirational motivator for my daily artworks and doodlewashes or inspirer for other watercolor paintings it is a constant reminder to be creative and enjoy what I do. It is actually a great idea to try, surround yourself from your beautiful creations or choose a single one to focus on it, enjoy them every day and let them inspire you for more. ❤
Details about my doodlewash: I used a basic watercolor palette Artist’s Loft Fundamental watercolor pan set this pan set is considered for beginners but I enjoy use it for the variety of colors. The paper used is a Watercolor Cold Press pad 140 lb size 11 x 15 inches.
With this I am joining Charlie at doodlewashfor a #DoodlewashDinnerYou are welcome to join with your doodlewash!
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