Watercolor Artist

Burning Question

Carol Carter

The color I’m loving now is Da Vinci’s , which seems to brighten up even the dullest passage with glow and warmth. It’s natural and organic, and seems to work nicely with horses or landscapes. I generally add the gold before I paint with a more intense color, such as red, green, gray or even blues. The gold shines through and makes each passage come alive.

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