Previously I’ve written more of an essay when trying to sum up the year that has passed.
I realize that the only one who can bear reading all the way through it, though, is me.
I’ve therefore decided to keep it short this time.
To sum up; 2019 was the year where I first tried acrylics, and really got into my watercolour painting.
My acrylics effort ended up with some nice results, I think.
These are my personal favourites:
Most of my time was spent doing watercolours, though.
It’s the most exciting, frustrating, challenging and fun time I’ve had since finishing my very first painting in 2015.
There is still a looooong way to go, but when I look through my gallery, there are a few pieces I’m pretty proud of:
I know I’ll be doing a lot more watercolouring in the time coming, and find it’s my main obsession at the moment.
I think the possibilities are endless if I just learn to master the medium.
But I know that’ll take years and years, if I ever manage it.
And last, but not least, there have been some digital work in 2019 as well.
This is more of a cozy medium, picking up the Ipad when I have some spare time not suited for a painting session.
Minutes turn into quite an amount of hours through a year, though. So there are a few pieces to show:
Well, I decided to keep it short this year, so I think I’ll end it here.
If you’ve read all the way through that’s really great, and be sure to leave a reply if you have any thoughts about my work.
Now I look forward to keep on working in 2020, and hope you’ll have a great year too!