is simple, yet complex....like many organic things. And I believe that it presents a most interesting drawing and painting problem. The ins-outs, the tos and the fros, of light falling on it can teach us so much about the way light affects form. In our watercolor class, we undertook this problem, knowing that the values need to be upped to the light end of the scale. While cones don't really have white on each tip, we understand that to be easily read visually, these changes would keep the cone sublime, without becoming a dark brown blob. Carol's work is indeed sublime....this is her second effort at this gentle cone. The gentle washes on each side help the cone to recede and to read in a three-dimensional way. It has volume. Her first attempt became too dark too quickly. She corrected and reworked. Her efforts were rewarded. My own version is more drenched in color.