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The original, Oct. 10, 2010, Triad Tree Demo blog post has received more comments and views than any other of my posts. It was also published in Watercolor Artist, Dec. 2012, in Watercolor Essentials, within my feature, Tried-and-True Primary Triads. And even now, 2.5 years later, my blog stats show, it had 2,593 views last week! Thank you Pinterest friends 🙂
Taking the Triad Tree to a more advanced level, here are the steps of Triad Tree Layering within a larger painting, currently in process, Follow the Red Railed Walkway:
The first layer using a light valued triad has dried. I’ve put down plexi to protect adjacent areas. To see technique for first layer, please visit the original, Triad Tree Demo. Here, more yellow was used, but process is the same.
Here I am using the brush tip to carefully adjust, pooled pigment, being mindful to not over do to avoid end result of looking contrived.
To follow the rest of this painting process and see additional images of Follow The Red Railed Walkway in progress, visit June Rollins ART
We can never duplicate nature. We merely produce an illusion.
Always a good day that begins with a little watercolor.
Day lilies from my garden have been my inspiration. Enjoy!
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Iris No. 16 has just been listed on Daily Paintworks – Opening Bid $85
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I began Iris No. 16 for Matthews Artists Guild on Mar. 13,
and am now back in my home studio to continue.
Always, the set-up. Before I begin to paint,
I have everything I think I might need nearby.
Working wet-into-wet in sections, I’ve added a variegated wash and am now using thicker paint for the iris beard.
While still damp, I lift with a thirsty flat brush to create dimension.
Further along, but getting tired…have learned not to push myself.
It only takes an uncertain stroke or two
for a watercolor painting to go downhill fast…
It’s Time To Step Away From The Painting!
To be continued…