Painting Looser III: Chasing the Lost … and Found Edge via Caroline Buchanan Watercolors

Painting Looser III: Chasing the Lost … and Found Edge - Caroline Buchanan - http://buchananwatercolors.com/painting-looser-iii-chasing-the-lost-and-found-edge/
Painting Looser III: Chasing the Lost … and Found Edge – Caroline Buchanan
http://buchananwatercolors.com/painting-looser-iii-chasing-the-lost-and-found-edge/

I have talked about lost and found edges before but there are those who still aren’t “getting it.” Let’s go step by step on how to make a lost and found edge.
— Read on buchananwatercolors.com/painting-looser-iii-chasing-the-lost-and-found-edge/

excerpt –
Lost and found edges normally don’t just happen.  You must plan. And you must use restraint.  It is MUCH EASIER to complete an edge than to lose and find it.

How do you lose and find edges?

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This morning I posted Dianne Mize’s newsletter tip on Lost Edges, and I felt Caroline’s longer post would be a great followup – mirroring how I came across each of these two talented artists’ posts.

Caroline’s post is much older, 2014, but as is true of valuable information about art, and good and great art itself, time doesn’t matter that much in terms of the material’s timeliness or value ❤️

There’s so much great creativity going on all around us! I hope you enjoy this also! 💕

Adan

8 comments

    • Me too! Would “love” to take a watercolor class. There’s a bunch around Austin, but all the relatively close to me ones have been sold out through into summer! Hoping for maybe one this fall, we’ll see 😊 And of course, most of these ideas, lost & found edges etc, as shown via Dianne Mize’s reblog, are good for oil & acrylics too. But so much more nimble foot (hand/brush 😊) work needed it seems in watercolor.

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