As an impressionist painter the fundamental lesson I have personally learned from some of the very best watercolourists in the world and from my own observations of other peoples’ work is that the artist’s vision is not just king, but the entire point of the exercise. Reality and slavish adherence to the viewed scene is entirely irrelevant. This why great technicians do not necessarily make great artists. And why it is so hard and why it is a lifetime’s search.
I hope to move up the learning curve as time goes by.
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