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Every Day in May-3

Yesterday I went to see the Watercolor Society of America annual show at Salmagundi several hours before it closed.   This is the second year that I went to the exhibit and again I was overwhelmed by the talent of the group and their beautiful handling of watercolor.  My fish were inspired by fish that I saw on two of the paintings.  Following the show, I walked across 12th Street in the Village to Utrecht art to get a 9B pencil to work on David Rankin's Fast Sketching Techniques and saw this beautiful tulip growing in front of a brownstone. 




Very lovely little watercolor sketches! I've been trying to find the Fast Sketching book, but no luck so far :-( nancy

Beautiful! I just love your style :)

The shapes are just beautiful, and the subtle but suggestive colors are not too much, yet not too little. Just the right amount =)

These are wonderful sketches, but I like the tulip best.

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