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Hi, my dear reader! Just keep my content going here on my blog. This year was different. I start to show my art in real world while keeping online activity at the same time. How to juggling different events coming?

 

Ginger Dog Pet Portrait Watercolor Painting by Olga Peregood, 2018. First layer

I need a break. Like I need to wait while this salt technique around nose and mouth dry and I can decide what is important for me and see clearly where to move.

I often tell my students when they disappointing with their paintings and don’t know where to move to the next: “What is the most important for you?”

Ginger Dog Pet Portrait Watercolor Painting by Olga Peregood, 2018. In progress

 

Where to paint a nose for a dog? I like this fur illusions around nose and mouth.

Ginger Dog Pet Portrait Watercolor Painting by Olga Peregood, 2018. Fragment. Salt effect.

I know it will be fantastic year ahead like on my painting of this pet portrait “Ginger Dog” from my student and happy owner, Chona — when two layers come together and create absolutely new look and feeling.

 

Ginger Dog Pet Portrait Watercolor Painting by Olga Peregood, 2018. Second layer, still wet.

Enjoy your art journey at every station,
~Olga~

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