Two bees or not t two bee’s ( no just one ).


Love the title Paul, and lovely recession achieved in the flowers, beautifully painted

How buzzy are you? A happy sign of things to come.

Great title and lovely painting

Cheryl , Sylvia and Heather thank you so much for your encouraging comments, I must get into doing more of these close paintings as it was such fun .

i love your 'speed dating' with waste left, I think about this every time I rinse my palette completely under clean water after each use 😁

Posted by Tanja G. on Wed 31 Jan 16:31:50

Very good idea and painting Dixie. Sometimes the unplanned is good and this works well.

Very effesctive Paul. Well painted. I hope your fingers are a bit better after your OP.

Tanja , Tessa and George thank you for your comments I appreciate them. Yes George my hand are work really well and the best they have been for many years , so definitely a successful operation.

Funny how paintings like this can turn out so well. Lovely Paul.

Thank you Christine, I agree I do think it’s because we are not stressed or have a expectation of what it should be like .

Very effective Paul….waste not want not.

What a lovely spontaneous result Paul.

Hang on Studio Wall

A4 watercolour done in gem minutes on very wet paper using the waste left in the pallet. Very enjoyable and really relaxing as I had no idea what I was going to paint , just let it happen. Don’t know where the idea or the inspiration came from but it certainly worth doing .

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I have sketched most of my life on and off I became interested in watercolour following a spinal injury whilst in hospital but did not follow it up. My eldest daughter bought me a beautiful wooden box set of half pans about twenty five years ago I dabbled on and off until retirement twelve years…

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