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I was really intrigued with the dark tree trunks leaning over the path. I haven’t felt real comfortable with Fabriano rough paper so decided to try this woodsy scene with it. We are going to talk about greens in painting class this week. I used several yellows, prussian blue and burnt sienna so that my greens looked a little more natural. There is also dioxazine violet in the darks. The majority of the painting was created wet in wet.



  1. I don’t usually experiment with wet on wet, but this reminds me of something I would do…I really want to walk down that path…what a quiet relaxing walk that would be….

  2. In many of your paintings I find a special combination of colors used for the tree trunks which gives brightness to the paintings. All your garden and trees look so beautiful.

  3. Thankyou, Lily. Also, thankyou for visiting and listing my blog on your site.

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