WIP – Maritime Blues III, Finally Finished

23 Sep

So, I have been all over this painting consistently for the past two weeks.  Every opportunity I had I would work on it.  I think I have decided that, unless someone commissions me to do another mussel shell painting in a completly different medium, well,  I am done with watercolor mussels – at least for awhile!  I found this process long, starting two poured paintings at the same time.  I was able to complete the first one, but had to move away from this version to get other work done.  Took me more dicipline than I figured to stay with this.  This is the third and final of my series of pured water-colours of  mussel shells.

I think I will “stare” at it for a few days before I have it scanned to see if it needs any tweaking.

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