Wet-in-wet watercolor demo

It’s not often that one of my blog posts gets written by someone else. In fact, today is the first time this has happened in the close to two years since I have been posting my sketches. If you are interested in how this demo was done, I will point you in the direction of Citizen Sketcher, the always amazing, well-written and informative blog by my friend and fellow painter Marc Taro Holmes.


14 Comments on “Wet-in-wet watercolor demo”

  1. jane says:

    Hello Shari — I love the technique that you showed Marc. God! It brought me back to the first workshop that I had with you… I had wet my paper and forgotten to dry it — and you came to my rescue! That you for sharing -)


    • I don’t use this technique often enough in my work Jane but I intend to do it more often. It is a little more difficult to do in the field because it requires more equipment than what I usually carry. And yes, I remember well that first workshop!


  2. Minerva Ferrel says:

    Hi Shari, I wonder if you are planning to give weekly workshops in the West Island area. If you are, please keep me in your information list!


  3. jvishal says:

    very nice 🙂


  4. Mrs. P says:

    That was great to see, especially for someone like me who is more skilled at admiring a painting than doing one. It allowed me to see the future possibilities of me with a brush in my hand.


  5. Mrs. P says:

    Shari, do you have a website to display your works for sale? I can’t come to the gallery showing but I would love to see your work.


  6. Ross says:

    Love the wet painting… the flower shapes and colours are so suggestive of the subject… a nice change of style for you too. And so nice to have someone to do all the hard writing work while you have all the fun… it’s like having your very own Dr Watson.


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