Summertime Splashes

Hello there! I’ve enjoyed playing along with the Doodlewash prompts for June and posting on Instagram. These little paintings are done quickly, for the most part, and are not meant to be masterpieces. The point is to simply enjoy the process of painting and not worry about the end product so much. Here are some that I’ve painted in June.

Playing Cards
Playing Cards
Tiger Eye
Tiger Eye
Brownie
Brownie
Pencils
Pencils
Beach Ball
Beach Ball
Buttons
Buttons
Cookie
Cookie
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum

Looking back at these, I laugh because the prompt of chrysanthemum gave me the hardest time. I tried it few times and all attempts were pathetic. Then, the next day, I sat down to conquer it as soon as I woke up, and the flower just kind of flowed off the brush. Why can’t that happen every time?

Today, July 1, starts the celebration of World Watercolor Month, and I’ll post weekly recaps of the prompts here on WordPress while posting daily on Instagram. The July prompts are rather vague, and I am eager to see the interpretations of other artists. I hope you are having an awesome summer so far, even with all the oddities we seem to have nowadays. Be well!

15 thoughts on “Summertime Splashes

  1. Your paintings are gorgeous. The compact sizes can work under transparent desk mats. I have a lot of small paintings and other collages under my desk mat. So whenever I actually am able to see my actual desk, it’s supposed to look like a flat gallery. I have a lot of small paintings and other collages under my desk mat. So whenever I actually am able to see my actual desk, it’s supposed to look like a flat gallery.💕❤️💐🧚🏽

  2. Thank you so much for your kind words! That’s an awesome way to display your small paintings. Some of the smaller ones I make into greeting cards, but I like your glass mat idea. Thanks for commenting!

  3. I have really enjoyed watching your lovely paintings show up in my feed in June. I can’t wait to see how you manage to interpret the watercolour month prompts, keep up the good work ❤️

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