As the members of the Sandy Watercolor Guild become more familiar with how this blog works, we will be posting more frequently, so you may want to sign up to follow this blog, via your e-mail. The link is in the right sidebar. (Simply type in your e-mail address and click the button. You will be sent an e-mail each time a post is made to this blog).
The list of topics that has been generated in the right sidebar is just a set up action at this time. There are no posts available for these subjects yet. With time we hope to bring you a wide variety of topics related to watercolor painting and other water media. We will be adding additional pages, just like on a real website. These additional pages will be listed in the sidebar soon and will have a heading related to what is posted on that page. ( i.e. a demonstration of a painting being created, a video feed or a tutorial for a particular technique).
Each member will be given the opportunity to be added as an author to this blog and will have access to post their own images and write their own articles for the group to read. Posting of upcoming events, information about workshops, etc. is fine.
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The painting I shared here was done in my daily painting journal and my goal was to paint an image surrounded by fog. I was following step by step instructions provided in "Keys to Painting Color & Value" by: Rachel Rubin Wolf, a book I picked up at the local library.