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Watercolor Look Back

Since it's Thursday, I thought I'd take advantage of the whole "throw back" sharing and post this watercolor painting from last year, which already seems so long ago. These days, I'm a big fan of looking back on and examining my past artwork. It's a sort of self-study that I've really come to appreciate. Seeing my personal growth encourages a better knowledge and understanding of the piece as I continue to learn and fine-tune my skills. Plus, it's pretty fun ruminating over all the things I'd change and do differently if I attempted the same subject a second time. Sometimes, light bulbs turn on and create ideas for next time...

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