White On White

For our latest project in abstract watercolours, the instructor had us make shapes out of white paper, crinkle them slightly to add texture, come up with a composition on a white background, and then paint what we saw. A very difficult exercise, but I enjoyed myself. Didn’t have time to finish my piece, but as teacher keeps saying, it’s usually better to stop before we think we’re done.

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One comment

  1. rlbourges

    I’m sitting here, moving the elements around on the board for different effects. Fun (xxx)

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