How to Tame a Wild Watercolor Background

How do you tame a wild watercolor background? Add some wild roses. Here’s a sneak peak of a painting I’ve been working on this weekend. I worked on this painting for a good portion of the day but had to stop when the lighting changed. If all goes well, I’ll be posting the completed painting tomorrow.

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8 thoughts on “How to Tame a Wild Watercolor Background

  1. Thank you, Jill. I love your work. I’m not familiar with Mark Adam’s work but I’ll check it out. This background was based on a tutorial by Janet Whittle. I just taught my sister this technique yesterday and will be posting her painting this week.

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