Preserving Heirlooms in Watercolor
Although I don’t consider myself a preservationist in the accurate sense of the word, I think I can qualify as one who loves to preserve aged architecture in watercolor. I love to capture historical subjects in my paintings, knowing that even though the structures may be destroyed one day, they will still live on through my artwork. Preserving heirlooms and family treasures in watercolor is a very satisfying purpose for an artist.
Prints available in my Etsy shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/laurelhartwork
My instructional watercolor book “Putting People in Your Paintings” is available at: https://amzn.to/2SXPOIt
Winsor & Newton 140 lbs. Cold Press paper: https://bit.ly/2GaohAh
Jones Palette Kit: https://bit.ly/3ue9jQa
Original watercolors available online at: http://www.laurelhart.com and at Relics Gallery in Salt Lake City, UT https://bit.ly/2EdiyrR
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