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Working in a Series: Tootsie Pop Portraits

Above: Brush pen, Daniel Smith watercolor (on the Tootsie Pop) and Schmincke Horadam gouache background. In the Seawhite of Brighton square sketchbook I was using earlier this year. Sides masked with Nichiban Artist’s tape. I love Tootsie Pops. For years I couldn’t get them because we lived in Australia. They speak of very early childhood […]

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Review of the Seawhite of Brighton Sketchbook

Left: Water-soluble Color Pencil sketch of actress in the British comedy “Hebburn.” I first opened my first Seawhite of Brighton sketchbook in June of this year. I thought I’d be finished quickly (even though it’s a nice thick journal) and would write a comprehensive review.  Then life interrupted. I continued to work in the Seawhite […]

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More Watercolor in the Seawhite of Brighton Sketchbook

Here’s another graphite and watercolor portrait from my series “learning a face.” It also happens to be in the Seawhite of Brighton Sketchbook which is 8 x 8 inches square (the one I’m working in). (Click on it to view an enlargement.) Continue reading as I review working in watercolor in the Seawhite in this […]

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We Train Each Other Bit By Bit

  Left: CR after his haircut and walk, sitting as still as can be. Ink pen and watercolor on an 8 inch square page in a Seawhite journal. Sometimes learning happens slowly, without us noticing it. In August after I cut CR’s hair Dick took him for a walk. When they returned I was just finishing […]

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