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Review: Clairefontaine Watercolor Sketchbook

  Background on the Testing of This Sketchbook Earlier this year a Clairfontaine representative wrote and asked if I would like to test one of their new watercolor sketchbooks. Typically I buy all materials that I test and review on my website. This time, because I use many Clairfontaine notebooks and love them all I […]

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Colors of Nature—A Review of Watercolor Paints

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Project Art for Nature Group Show

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How a Pantheist Packs an Easter Basket

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Seasonal Palette Changes

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A Look at Strathmore Aquarius II Watercolor Paper

A link to an article I wrote on Strathmore Aquarius II watercolor paper.

On the Edge: A PAN Exhibition at River Falls Public Library

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What Happens when a Pantheist Decorates Your Christmas Tree?

Roz has a close encounter with Christmas tree ornaments.

Diane Wesman’s Utah Travel Journal

Readers of my blog may recall my post on Diane Wesman's Utah Travel Journal on October 16. Diane is a landscape painter who has recently returned to working in oils (a medium she hadn't used since college). (My post also had a group shot of the small oils she made on this trip.) Well last […]

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Profile Friday: Diane Wesman—A Switch to Oil Painting and a Peek in Her Travel Journal

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Above: A plein air oil painting on gessoed board, somewhere in Utah, ©2009 Diane Wesman. Click on the image to view an enlargement.

Yes, I profiled Diane Wesman in the fall of 2008. No, I’m not repeating myself, because Diane is not repeating herself. Diane is doing something exciting—breathtakingly exciting. She is branching off into a new medium: oil painting. (She did work in oils briefly when she was a young student, but oils were replaced by acrylics and then later by watercolors and pastels.)

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