The turkey baster is used to apply larger quantities of pulp to the painting surface. I place approximately one cup of pigmented pulp into a plastic container (such as a yogurt container) and fill the rest of the container with water. I then suck the pulp up into the baster and squirt onto the surface of the painting. Old plastic cards (credit cards, hotel room cards) can be used at this stage to gather the pulp into the designated area (shown in the photo above by the red marking).
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- Rocks and Water as Metaphor for Life’s Journey: image and text.
- So excited to receive a Catalog from “The Sea” exhibit, United States Embassy, Belgrade with my painting “Cape Ann Shoreline” included.
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- Gifts from the Sea: Seascape Painting in the New England Tradition, Thursday, June 24, 7:00-8:00PM. Zoom lecture.
- Stay with it: practice and determination are the keys to success