Tree Painting: Spring, Summer, Autumn

Spring, Summer, Autumn (watercolour tree painting 15 x 10 cm)
Spring, Summer, Autumn (watercolour painting 15 x 10 cm)

Day 12 of the 30 Paintings in 30 Day challenge is another tree study (I’m in tree painting mode these days so expect a few more before we’ve done).

This little watercolour painting is available to buy on the Running With Brushes website. The message in the image is about progress. Regular readers will notice (I hope) a change to my website. In my view, there is little point in repeating exactly the same activity over and over with no discernible change. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t repeat something – the key is in the ‘no discernible change’ part of that sentence.

So, when it comes to my website, I’m embarking on a programme of improving it’s efficiency. I already pre-write and auto-schedule posts on the weekend for the weekdays. Now I’m working on other time savers.

Tree painting

Having posted my tree painting using no green paint yesterday, I’ve decided to stick with trees for a while, but work on treating every one differently. This tree painting definitely had a few dollops of green paint, but they were painted entirely with one 2cm flat brush.

Tomorrow’s tree is shaping up quite nicely already.

6 thoughts on “Tree Painting: Spring, Summer, Autumn

  1. Can’t wait to see tomorrow’s tree! These are so lovely Vandy 🙂 I love the your texture in the trunks. Nice grouping – can never have too many trees as far as i am concerned 🙂

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