Spring Tide in the working


Love seeing how you have developed your painting Diana with the finished result, such wonderful clear washes, fantastic work.

Really interesting to see this develop

Always like the clarity of your work Diana, and this is no exception. Great images.

Love the washes which create the wet sand Diana. Beautiful

Incredible work Diana, most interesting display of a WIP.

Beautiful fresh watercolour, Diana, and very interesting to see your work in progress.

Thank you for sharing your method, intriguing. Beautiful end result, especially the flow of the water.

I always enjoy seeing a painting developing as here Diana, thanks for showing us.

Stunning work, as always, Diana. Absolutely love the lively flow of your washes. Thank you for sharing your process.

This is lovely Diana, and showing the stages was a great move.

Thank you Linda , Heather, Stephen ,Margaret and Elaine. I take photos of all my paintings as I develop them. I was about to delete all these then decided to put them together. Thank you Alan and Cesare. I really wanted to keep the washes transparent because the changes in value are very subtle

Great to see your painting as it developed. Super result.

Learning so much from your washes. Fabulous work

Thanks for sharing. It's always instructive seeing how a watercolour is built up. Lovely finished work.

Thank you Diana for sharing your work process. Love to see how artists develop their work. Beautiful painting.

Interesting to see the various stages, Diana - love the finished painting.

Thank you for all your interest in these photos. I love to see the stages of artists work

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Stages of Spring Tide watercolour

About the Artist
Diana Boanas

Jut before retiring from teaching , I returned to painting after a 40 year gap. I did O level then half an A level in art ,followed by a bit of oil painting ,printing and ceramics as part of a primary teaching course but haven't touched it since. I was bought a sketch book and pencils while on…

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