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Point No Point

By November 23, 2009April 21st, 2021One Comment

Another small piece. This one is of Point No Point again but from the other direction.

The heron is a painting I started at my workshop at Painter’s Lodge. I used masking fluid to mask or save the heron. Then I poured, blew, and finger painted with watercolor to create the background. Once it dried, I was able to paint the heron and used negative painting to paint the reeds and grass behind the bird. I forgot about it but found the painting as I was preparing for my studio tour. I put it out and it sold.

Great Blue Heron
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