Girl In the Blue Room

Last week I happened to photograph this painting, ‘Girl in the Blue Room’ as I was working on it. It’s fun to look back and see how it progressed so I thought I’d share it with you~

Created on 9 x12 140lb hot press watercolor paper using water-soluble media and acrylics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hope this gets you motivated to get into the studio and create today!

13 responses

  1. I love seeing how your work progresses. Thanks so much for sharing this with everyone. Are you doing/going to do more online classes in the future? I’m very interested in how you use the liquid pencil product.

  2. Thanks so much, Pam, for posting the progress of your work. That’s so very instructive and, as always, inspiring. Realized that I’ve been coasting on the afterglow of your great class this summer at Artful Gathering and really appreciate this gentle nudge to get going again!

  3. Thanks for posting this, Pam. She’s lovely. It’s great to see the progression and it’s very inspiring. Oh, how I miss “Still Pursuing Portraits”! However, this encourages me to keep practicing.

  4. Yes, I love to see the progression of paintings and this reminded me I haven’t tried the liquid graphite yet, although I own it. Will have to give it a go soon. Have been enjoying the paintings you are doing.

  5. I did one of your courses a few years ago and love following your work now. I think I would like to do another course. Thanks for posting so much of your art.

All comments are read and greatly appreciated!

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