This week at art class was water colours. All I can really say about watercolours is that I have a whole new respect for my friend Wendie.
Kathy made it look so easy! I did not find it to be so.
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3 thoughts on “Watercolours – I have a whole new respect for my friend Wendie”
Remind me to show you how to add links to your blogs so people can get to the things you talk about…You can add links to your website, Luc Gallery and mine….it is easy once you I show you.
Wendie Donabie http://www.wendiedonabie.com http://www.blueheronwrites.com
It does take a lot of patience learning to work with them but I think you did a a pretty darned good job on that flower….. Keep at it…