This morning I stretched my paper across the studio to see how much I have left from a big roll of watercolor Arches paper. It looks like I have enough to make one large 90″x52″, one smaller 52″x40″ paintings and a set of little studies out of left over part. I think I will paint… Read More Getting ready for new paintings
To make it clear what will I be talking about in this article, I would like to give you a description of Synesthesia – |ˌsinəsˈθē zh ə| ( Brit. synaesthesia) noun Physiology & Psychology the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or… Read More Synesthesia and art.
History of Watercolor Paper First, some interesting facts about paper, that I found at http://www.watercolorpainting.com/papers.htm The oldest surviving piece of paper in the world was discovered by archeologists in 1957 in a tomb near Sian in Shensi province, China (Temple 1986). It is about 10 cm square and can be dated precisely between the years… Read More Watercolor papers. Prices and links.