Paint Tuscany Day 5
A beautiful morning here in Tuscany!
As sheep friends watched, we started painting bright and early.
To paint today, I taught how to discover which watercolor pigments are opaque and which are transparent.
Once everyone knew each of their paint properties, we dug in and began painting using transparent colors with a negative space concept to find flower shapes in a composition.
Aren’t they amazing? I pushed everyone hard to see and paint images behind the subjects and not just the subjects themselves. A difficult concept that they wrangled with, producing very intriguing, beautiful works. Love!!
We spent the afternoon in Lucignano, a medieval city in Tuscany known for its elliptical, concentric layout. The streets and buildings are organized in a ring, with the outer ring being at a lower elevation than the smaller inner ring.
Notice the different color stonework at this window.
Lucignano, a piece of authentic Tuscany, remains strong with traditional activities, handmade items, and agriculture of oil, wine, and honey.
The town has a stunning medieval tower, of which I couldn’t get a good picture, but I did get a cute one of Gina in front of this structure.
And here is most of our group near the entry of the town.
Until tomorrow my friends.
Profound thoughts? Not so profound? I'd love to hear it!