Against the wallPosted: February 23, 2012
The difficulty is in the simplicity. I heard that on the radio today used in reference to music. A musician may spend years practising a piece in order to make it sound effortless. The same is true of watercolour. You want to put the colour down cleanly the first time, hitting all the right notes of colour and value when your brush touches the paper because you can never get the white back after it’s been touched by paint.