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Becoming an Impressionist

I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.
I will not be graphic in my execution, I will be an impressionist.

… It is so hard to change old habits. I have a graphical background so I put an outline on everything I draw. I am trying to change, the flower painting here is an exercise in trying to loosen up. I’m happy with the result.

Flowers on the balcony. Saunders-Waterford, Satin, 300g/m, 23 x 31 cm.

2 thoughts on “Becoming an Impressionist

  1. You are fantastic, You are fantastic, You are fantastic……., and this watercolor too. Incredible impressionistic pelargonius.

  2. Thank you Setxu! 😀

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