Loving These Little Trees

They are really speaking to me right now!

This one is in process, drying on my table as I make this post…

They come into being fairly easily, or not. Some don’t make it. More my fault than theirs. The ones who do come forth, tell me what they want to be named almost instantaneously. Love this connection :)

This morning was…

Embracing Change, 7 x 9.5 Watercolor Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Imagine if trees refused to do Autumn? Glad they’re better at embracing change than we are…

Back to the painting table. I hear someone calling my name…


To see more little trees, visit:

My Daily Paintworks Gallery

They are all up for auction, with opening bids of $15

Seems they want to change the world :)

Supplies List – Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid DVD 5

Available Early Sept. In The Dreamscaping Shop


I’ve received requests for the supplies list for my newest DVD. Thanks to all for the suggestions to provide prior to DVD being released.  Here it is :)

Supplies List For DVD 5

Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid

Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Alcohol Inks And Acrylic Glazing Liquid DVD 5 features 7 demonstrations showing the possibilities and benefits of incorporating Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid while Dreamscaping with Alcohol Inks. Two of the demos also introduce watercolor.

Adirondack Mariner Collection

Adirondack Conservatory Collection

Adirondack Wild Plum

Adirondack Copper Mixative

Adirondack Silver Mixative

Adirondack Gold Mixative

Adirondack Snow Cap

Adirondack Blending Solution

Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid (satin or gloss)

Yupo – cut to sizes 5×5 and 5×7

Sharpie Oil-Based Markers Extra-Fine – Gold and Silver Metallic

*Dr. PH Martin’s Hydrus Fine Art Watercolor – 241 Gamboge

**Basic Dreamscaping Supplies

*Any professional tube watercolors can be used if diluted and applied with eye dropper or pipette.

**Basic supplies and techniques are explained in book and earlier DVDs.

Suggested Sources to Buy Supplies:

http://www.rangerink.com for Adirondack Products

http://www.dickblick.com for additional supplies

http://www.cheapjoes.com for additional supplies


Painting Has Message

If you’ve seen my Facebook Page, June Rollins Art  or visited my DPW Gallery lately, you know of my recent fascination for creating Triad Trees. Below is today’s tree in process:

This loose way of tapping paint onto the paper is fraught with unpredictability. An aspect  I love because I can’t go on auto-pilot. I must stay connected to what the paint is doing and follow its lead. Corrections, if any, are a touch here or a lift there, so the art isn’t labored over.

Let The Title Come

This playful, spontaneous approach with no pre-planned sketch often provides insight as to what’s going on inside the artist. When dry, I step-back and ponder to see if a title emerges. Dreamscaping a way to awareness is fun and revealing :)

"Standing Her Ground" Watercolor, 6x8 Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

“Standing Her Ground”
Watercolor, 6×8
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

New auction just listed at:  Standing Her Ground. 


Paint Watercolors Without Touching The Paper!

Well, hardly touching the paper :)

Use slightly diluted, just-squeezed-out professional tube paints…

Tap in colors…

Standing Tall Triad Tree Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Standing Tall Today Triad Tree
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Announcing Spring 2015 – Have Fun Learning Watercolor DVD!

Preview Clip here soon!

Standing Tall Today Triad Tree – New Auction

Have Fun Learning Watercolor with this easy and fun way to mix primary triads by Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Simple Secret To Moody Watercolor Tree Effects

Don’t Interfere

Partly Cloudy Triad Tree 7x7, Arches 140lb., CP Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Moody Triad Tree
7×7, Arches 140lb., CP
Dreamscaping With June Rollins®

Here’s a Triad Tree with a little more mood! Rather than leaving the background white, a wet-in-wet sky has been added simulating clouds. The sun is still shining through though :)

The effects seen in this watercolor are from very little brushwork. The sky is the only area the brush touched the paper. For tree foliage, pigment was tapped in. Tree trunk and branches were created with a palette knife.

The most important technique in this process is not interfering. To increase odds of pulling this off, step away from the painting, check e-mail, make a cup of coffee or change a load of laundry.

By not going back into the painting during this critical, incubation stage, the pigment and water naturally blend to form wonderful organic edges with varied intensity, hues and values.


Now Up For Auction: Moody Triad Tree