Above is a watercolor totem in progress.
My online streaming video lessons are beginning to takeoff via Skillshare, Udemy, and Teachable — ushering in the end of the DVD/Blu-ray era (and before that, the clunky VHS tape era). My goal of kicking back on a sailboat in the Caribbean, sipping Margaritas and diving for lobsters, while leisurely selling “art bits” (art in cyberspace) may soon be realized.
A guy can dream can’t he?
Marlene and I just completed our third and final watercolor workshop of 2019. These keep us quite busy in the spring (and out of the pool halls and saloons).
This is my view from the demo table. We have the good fortune of working with people who enjoy the challenge of this art medium. Watercolor painting, after all, is not for the squeamish — ya gotta love it!
It was fun, but I now look forward to a summer of writing and fishing (not necessarily in that order).
Another week of experiencing and painting dramatic mountains, massive glaciers, and elusive whales — gone by too fast. Another fun group of artists. Another scenic workshop blessed with great overall weather.
We brought our own group aboard Holland America Line’s ms Eurodam to explore:
Juneau – Sitka – Ketchikan – Victoria – Stephens Passage – Glacier Bay National Park
It’s tough work but someone’s gotta do it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~_/) ~~~~~