Very pleasantly surprised how well received this new #watercolor’s been received ♥️
Also particularly nice it’s garnered more than the usual number of views – vs other recent work & other #1 viewed for the week images.
Using one of Arteza’s black brush pens, it shows the pen’s exceptional ability to lay down thick and wash pigment (see image below).
The thick nicely textured Canson XL watercolor paper of course helps too 😊
Fine Art America’s High Resolution Preview option above shows both the pigment density changes and the quality of Canson’s watercolor papers. Tapping the image on FAA shifts the preview box from area to area.
For fun, I’ve posted a variation of the general motif I’ve been using for this current Texas Hill Country series.
Here in Austin, I consider us in the “near” Hill Country, lol!
Google has a nice definition via Wikipedia I think fits –
The Texas Hill Country is a geographic region of Central and South Texas, forming the southeast part of the Edwards Plateau. Given its location, climate, terrain, and vegetation, the Hill Country can be considered the border between the American Southeast and Southwest. Wikipediavia Google Search for Texas Hill Country https://www.google.com/search?q=texas+hill+country
I’m hoping to do some more PhotoPoems very soon featuring these two new paintings 😊
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