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Nocturnal Watercolor: Waiting for the Moon

I just finished this study for a Nocturnal Watercolor inspired by a solstice moonrise I watched from the chateau in France last month. A broad horizon, unencumbered by tall buildings was a perfect vantage point to watch the moon rise from the distant hills in Provence. The chateau sits on a hilltop, overlooking the valley, and it whispers details of history to you from fire scars on her 14th century stonework, and windows shaped perfectly by stonemasons to accommodate a bow and arrow taking aim at approaching intruders. Painting nocturnes is challenging, and I think painting them in watercolor is particularly tricky. Taking the pigments dark enough ...[Continue reading]

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