Daffodils and Color Wheel

Watercolor on Clayboard
I started this painting awhile ago in daffodil season, and I have yet to finish it. I have been playing around with the background - I can't seem to get anything I like. I am happy with the flowers, but it is a very incomplete painting. I hadn't planned the composition before I started because it was just a little demo to show how I would do the blossoms. I didn't follow my own advise - plan it well and use good paper, because you never know when your masterpiece is going to happen. Be prepared. Expect the best. Etc.

My summer classes are filling up. I am SO ready! I'm eager to get out there painting in my favorite places and to see all those people who enjoy it as much as I do. It's a great way to spend the summer!

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