Fun with David R Smith

Stay tuned for part two.

Never wear blue readers when you paint. Lots of fast slapping paint around. And splattering water to make dots in the damp paint. Then painting again.

Arches 280# cold press paper

Well who knew I would be painting rocks? But I did. I liked it so much I did two. Another Shopkeeparty class.

And then I took another longer class from David and his friend Bob Ross today. Another crazy fun class. He sweetened the class by giving a 20% discount. Now I am thinking abt buying the video. 😳😳😩

The first layer. Quin gold Andrew’s turquoise alizarin cobalt. Maybe ultramarine?! You can watch the cideo too on Shopkeepartys YouTube channel.
The photo. Just those plain rocks they use in landscaping yes those. If you wet them they are actually colors. Who knew!!
The splattering. And striping.
The second one on Hahnamuhle 140 Cezanne. And yes I wore the blue readers again like a dummy. Then I took them off and returned them to Costco. Nowhere on the wrapper did it say they turned everything yellow. But truly why didn’t I take them off. This one is better BUT just think what it would look like if I took off my blue readers DUH!!

Two for one. So this one counts for Friday too. Off to Atlanta tomorrow for the next week. plenty on my phone that you have not seen so I can continue my knitting.

Hate to leave this morning view out my back window but needs musts. Off I go tomorrow.

Hugs Margaret. Xoxoxox

2 thoughts on “Fun with David R Smith

  1. Alex Aron says:

    Cool rocks. Glad you got your rocks off. I hope you paint the photo of your remarkable view from your home. Alexis P.S. I took urban sketching/watercolor with Marissa. It was so worthwhile. Though you are an expert at it. stay healthy, Alexis

    On Thu, Jul 22, 2021 at 9:21 PM Margaret McCarthy Hunt Art wrote:

    > Margaret Hunt posted: ” Well who knew I would be painting rocks? But I > did. I liked it so much I did two. Another Shopkeeparty class. Stay tuned > for part two. Never wear blue readers when you paint. Lots of fast slapping > paint around. And splattering water to make dots” >

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