Painting on the Point! Paint a coastal Maine scene with me!

Hi friends! Just a quick bit of housekeeping, if you are a student in any of my classes at Teachable I am having issues seeing and responding to comments and questions in my admin. I have Teachable tech support helping me with this issue and I will approve and reply to any comments as soon as I have access. You are very important and I am upset that I can’t get to your questions in a timely manner and I do apologize. thank you for your patience as we fix the back end tech issues. You should be able to access any classes without issue though. It will just take me a while to approve comments. thank you!

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Last weekend we went to Schoodic Point in Winter Harbor Maine. The weather was lovely and the crowds were small! I was able to do a bit of sketching on location and took lots of photos as well.

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Today we will paint this coastal scene in a vibrant, expressionistic way. I will show you some fun techniques and show you how to bring order to a “hot mess” chaotic landscape! Watched the video, relax and paint along! Feel free to speed up, slow down or pause the video if you need to. Enjoy the painting process!

Supplies (affiliate links used)

If you want to learn more about painting in watercolor check out my course Essential Tools and Techniques for Watercolor Painting and use the coupon code TRYME to save 20%! Happy crafting!

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This Cairn’s For You!

Howdy friends! I got an interesting suggestion for a painting from a viewer named Jenny Recently and since I had not painted anything like it I decided to give it a try!

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She wanted me to paint a stack of rocks, also called a “cairn” which are used to mark trails for hikers and give directions. I learned all about them in Girl Scouts but sadly that was decades ago so I can’t elaborate LOL! I am lucky I never got lost in the woods hiking! Anyhow, I thought it would make a fine watercolor tutorial and I hope you do too!

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Rocks are some of my favorite subjects to paint, I love the colors, texture and character they have. I think it’s cool that they have been here for millions of years and how unique and yet how common they are.  What do you think? Is it crazy to paint a stack of rocks? Let me know in the comments below and til next time happy crafting!

Programming note: There will be no live show tomorrow.

LIVE free watercolor seascape class at 12:30pm ET Today!

Join me in an hour to watercolor! If you you want to hand out in the chat be sure to watch on the YouTube watch page. We will paint this:

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You can watch live on YouTube or in the player below:

Want to make a travel palette like I am using today? Here is a free tutorial

Find the supplies I am using at sponsor Jerry’s Artarmama!
QOR watercolors

Mimik Brushes

Canson 100 watercolor Paper

Reference photo from John Warren at Paint my Photo

If you would like to take some great classes and support this channel please check out these classes at Craftsy or save 50% off my class Mix it Up Mixed Media Step By Step!

See you at 12:30 ET today or in the reply! Happy crafting!

 

 

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