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Painting With Watercolors

Joe Cartwright - White Iris

Over the past month or so, I’ve taken up watercolor painting. My teacher is Joe Cartwright, a fantastic artist who’s the husband of my good friend, Sue.

Joe is an Australian watercolour artist, and has been painting and teaching watercolor for over 12 years. Because I also paint (acrylic and oil), we soon became friends. Because of our mutual love for art, I began taking a class that he gives over in Penrith. A large town test of Sydney.

Because Joe is now retired from the dreaded -day job-,  he devotes himself entirely to art and teaching full-time . He also has an awesome website that I urge everyone to visit. You can find it at  www.paintingwithwatercolors.com .

I will also make a new blog page to demonstrate my progress with Joe. Don’t get too excited.  Up front, I will admit that watercolors are indeed difficult, even for an experienced artist. Unlike acrylic and oil, mistakes are not tolerated. So for your viewing pleasure, I will insert a few of Joe’s paintings here. Just don’t expect my work to measure up for let’s say, for the next ten years or so.

Enjoy.

Church Street Melbourne

 
Joe Cartwright - Pink Magnolias

Pink Magnolias Sand Dunes at Fingal Bay