Landscape practice continues

simple abstract watercolor landscape

I’ve been having fun painting more landscapes and have a few to share with you today.

Happy Thursday, friends! 🧑

 

distant hills watercolor

A simple landscape of distant hills.

I’ve been trying to push ahead and paint without worry. Some days that’s easier than others. 😊simple abstract watercolor landscape

A peaceful scene with distant trees and hills.

Daniel Smith watercolors:Β  Ultramarine blue, Burnt sienna light, and Yellow ochre
Brush:Β  Princeton Neptune Round 12

Watercolor tips:

  • I think about the landscape in three sections: the sky, middle, and foreground.
    That makes this type of painting less intimidating for me.
  • Using a limited palette creates color harmony and simplifies decision making.
    When I limit my color choices I feel less pressure as I am painting.

 

I hope you enjoy seeing my art and are inspired to create, play, and have fun.

Until next time, share a smile and stay excellent.

🌸  Patty Anne 🌸

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Patty Anne Art

Author: pattyanneart

An artist in love with watercolor painting and photography. On a journey to share art and happiness.

12 thoughts on “Landscape practice continues”

  1. I really like these landscape paintings, Patty Anne. There is a simple elegance to them that I find really appealing. The loose style is suggestive and lets the viewer fill in the details–the first one brought to mind a rugged beach. I also love your choice of colors (ultramarine and burnt sienna are among my most-used colors) and the way you explained the value of a limited palette, i.e. reduced stress and worry. Thanks for sharing your works and words of inspiration.

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