Watercolor Artist

In the Wash

being an artist changes the way you see the world, and painting in watercolor has its own effect on your vision. I now see the world in washes and have long-suffering, non-painting friends who look at me perplexed while we wait at a traffic light as I blurt out, “Is that a second wash or a first wash?”

The fact of the matter is that you’ve got to see the world through the eyes of

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