Tag Archives: color
5″x7″ crayola watercolor, watercolor pencil on illustration board by Rachel Heu– another vehicle for color study.
“I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.”–Claude Monet (p. 60, Flowers: Chic & Cheap, by Carlos Mota) Flowers are inspiring not only because of their color, but because of their interesting shapes. I spent part of my morning … Continue reading
Rachel Heu, quick botanical studies 1-4, 5.5″x8.5″ indian ink brush pen, sharpie It’s interesting to work with a limited pallette sometimes and see what you can do. I made these when I visited the Bellevue Botanical Gardens this weekend.
Joyful Noise Flowers by Rachel Heu, 5.5″x5.5″ sketch in watercolor and watercolor pencils. (I was dancing when I made this.)
When I’m working on my skills as an artist, sometimes it takes me some time to realize why a painting that I made didn’t quite work out and what I can do to change it; to move forward. One day, … Continue reading
…and that’s how it goes full-circle… much love…