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Cover of "The Essence of Watercolor," by artist and author Hazel Soan.

The Essence of Watercolour: A Book by Hazel Soan

Near the end of this past summer I received a note from Batsford asking if I would like to review a the Hazel Soan book: “The Essence of Watercolor.”  (I provided the above link to Amazon so you can read more about the book and see a flip through one reader has put up. I’m not […]

Sketching two pumpkins that I was given last year. I love all the knobby bits and the stems, and don't mid that I go off the page! Brush pen on the new Folio paper in a handmade book. (The tab at the spine was inserted at the binding to make room for collage throughout the book.)

Protected: In Context—Pumpkins

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Sakura Fiber Tipped Brush Pen sketch with watercolor washes, on Fabriano Artistico, 140 lb., Hot Press  watercolor paper.

Protected: If You Can’t Go Tight Go Loose

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9 x 12 inch sheet of recycled watercolor paper with a quick ink sketch (dried out pen) from imagination. I was thinking about portrait composition with people and animals.

Protected: Being Present

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A magenta Prismacolor pencil and black, Roasted French Ochre watercolor and white gouache sketch on Speckletone cardstock 6.25 x 9.25 inches (remnants from making greeting cards).

I Didn’t Know It But I Was Starting A New Series

Often the idea for a new series comes to us by accident. We’re working (that’s when the muse can best find us) and things we’re working with combine in new ways, jog a memory, present a challenge, and bingo a new series pops into our minds. That’s what happened at the end of March this […]

Another Voice: Political Illustration of the Late 20th Century—An Exhibit at MCAD

This post was originally published on February 3, 2017 during my site transition. If you are interested in art or politics or both you need to go to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s new exhibit—Another Voice: Political Illustration of the Late 20th Century. It’s located in Gallery X, 2501 Stevens Avenue, Minneapolis. It […]

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Protected: Exquisite Corpse with Wet Paint

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Artist’s Sketchbook—A New Book on Sketching from Cathy Johnson

Left: Cover of the Artist's Sketchbook. Click on the image to view an enlargement. The publication of a new painting or sketching book from Cathy Johnson is always an happy and exciting event for me. Johnson is one of my art heroes. Like many other artists I was first aware of her work through her how-to-articles […]

My New Online Class: By Design—Why I Love It and Why I Think You’ll Love It Too

Above: Short video discussion of what the new “By Design: Creating the Intentional Page” contains. If it doesn’t show up here you can view it on YouTube. Note: All Roz Wound Up Classes now offer lifetime access. See the FAQ for details. Today I’m getting the word out about my latest online class—“By Design: Creating […]

Paris, Je t’aime—A New Sketchbook Facsimile from Lapin

If you’ve viewed the art on UrbanSketchers.org chances are you will have seen the lovely sketches of Lapin. He works in ledger books so column lines in red and blue printed ink show through the delicate colors of his ink and watercolor sketches. Periodically he has compiled these into journal facsimiles so that the reader […]

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