Carrots contain many antioxidants and other health-supporting nutrients and are good for you, but you already knew that. I won’t bore you with other details about carrots, except that I had a lot of fun painting this bunch and was very happy with how they turned out the first go-round, which is pretty huge for me. Now, go eat some carrots because I care about you 🙂 Have a great weekend!
World Watercolor Month is flying by! Remember, we are raising awareness for the Dreaming Zebra Foundation and the Art Room Aid project sponsored by Dick Blick with hopes of bringing art supplies and teaching to children who otherwise would not have exposure to the enriching world of art. Please consider a donation today!
I can’t believe today is already July 1, which kicks off the very first ever World Watercolor Month. This great event was spearheaded by Charlie O’Shields of Doodlewash, who went to the National Day Calendar folks and arranged to make this an official month-long event. There are a couple of goals of this celebration – to simply share a love of watercolor with other folks, to encourage, and to be inspired by the works of others around the world. We are also raising awareness for the Dreaming Zebra Foundation and the Art Room Aid project sponsored by Dick Blick with hopes of bringing art supplies and learning to children who otherwise would not have exposure to these enriching things. If you’d like to learn more about any of this, simply click on the links above.
World Watercolor Month 2016
Today I offer you a tiny sand dollar (or as I learned from fellow WordPress blogger and amazing artist, Sissh, it is called a pansy shell in her area of the world). Even though there is not much to it, I struggled with this silly painting. I was finally happy when I changed all the grays to purple, which makes me think I should call it a purple pansy shell more than a sand dollar at this point.
Sand Dollar or Pansy Shell
In any event, happy inaugural World Watercolor Month! I can’t wait to see what everyone creates!