Early next month, I will again be presenting a program called "A Pear is a Pear is a Pear". It is a fun and playful session that involves process rather than product. During the workshop we consider such things as: edges (soft vs. hard); texture; color temperature (warm vs. cool); line and mass; and color (neutral vs. pure).
The slide show shows some the fine small pear paintings that were made that during our Thursday watercolor class. The pressure was off....we were loose and free. After all, it was only play-time....right?