Most people use the term, "watching paint dry," as a negatively charged simile: "That movie was so boring, it was like watching paint dry." But I use the term literally, and to tell you the truth, it's really kind of a relaxing way to spend one's day. Since watercolor changes so much as it dries, it also makes watching it kind of interesting. Not exciting, but definitely interesting. I'm experimenting with a brighter, more purple background color for my latest piece, so I was eager to see how things turned out after I applied each layer.And here's a ribbon river set up in my studio:
Don'tcha know, ribbons are the new bird cages.