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This piece is an ode to the discrepancies in the teaching of watercolor painting. I was reading one amazing book by a renown, award-winning watercolor artist who taught the importance of using many, many (hundreds!) of layers of nearly transparent glazes of many colors. Well, the next day I picked up an equally wonderful book by a famous artist who insisted that painting in a single layer with saturated color was the only possible method of creating a watercolor painting. Two great artists with polar opposite advice. Can you guess which method I used here?

Paper: Eco-friendly archival paper made from cotton rag. Has a warm tone and a 180 lb. weight.

Printing: Open edition giclee with archival ink.

Packaging: Each print comes in an eco-friendly biodegradable cello sleeve with an acid free recycled backing.

Authenticity: Initialed by the artist on the front in pencil.

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All rights reserved. © 2016 Torey Wahlstrom.

Botanical Watercolor Illustration, Dandelions, Art Print


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: watercolor, pen and ink, cotton paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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