Thought I'd post one of my watercolour's from the weekend workshop in Westport. Doug Mays was instructor and he did a marathon of 4 demonstrations throughout the weekend ranging from watercolor landscapes to florals. We all got to paint too, and I found it relaxing and pleasurable splashing around again. (it's been a while since I got out my watercolors) This landscape feature, near Eel Bay, is a glistening little rock pool completely surrounded by mossy Canadian shield, situated high on a granite cliff. The brilliance of the water reflecting the sky was fun to paint, and the point where I started. I may have over-exaggerated it a bit. The challenge for me while painting this one was to leave some whites of the paper, which is something I have gotten out of the habit of...but I feel I managed it.