This is my 50th monthly painting series.
(I can’t quite believe that I just wrote that sentence!)
And quite serendipitously it just happened to be World Watercolour Month. I couldn’t think of a better way of celebrating my 50th monthly series than painting 31 paintings in 31 days alongside a myriad of other watercolour enthusiasts.
Want to see me painting them?
Scroll down below the gallery and I’ll show you… 😉
Painting 31 paintings in 31 days is quite a challenge. I decided to record them all too - so it has been a busy month! Want to see?
World Watercolour Month runs every July and has been going for quite a few years now. It is one of the friendliest challenges I know of. Ok, I am biased on account of the watercolour, but what I mean is that it is open to everyone. You can do all of the days, or just some of the days. There are prompts for each day, but you don’t have to follow them. You can join by painting, or just follow and support artists who are participating So not too many excuses for not joining in one way or another!
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