Today's palette comes from Theresa Hendrickson, my mother. She is a watercolor artist, that frequently paints landscapes & objects found on walks. Her eye for capturing the natural world is amazing. I tagged along to her first watercolor landscape painting class. While I struggled even getting paints on the paper, she laid in the grasses, barn, water & sky as if she had done it 10,000 times before. Her skill is unquestionable. Follow Theresa on Instagram for more gorgeous watercolors.
J: What color do you wish wasn't there?
T: This is a relatively new palette. The colors are pale as compared to all of my previous palettes. I think I would get rid of the "opera pink" in this line up.
J: What is your favorite brush?
T: My favorite brush is a 1 inch flat that I have had for at least 10 years.
J: What is your favorite paper/surface to paint on?
T: I use "Winsor and Newton" watercolor, and "Arches" 140 lb. Hot Pressed Paper.
J: What is your favorite color to work with?
T: One new color that I am especially enjoying is "indatherene blue." I like using it to paint the sky.