Wednesday, August 5, 2009

august at the Virginia Inn, Seattle

'Further, the convention of line is much different from the convention of the painterly brush. One tends to be thin and delineatory, the other a juxtaposition of patches. Too much early attention to line can baffle the discovery of an effective pattern. Drawing can run interference on composition.'

I am considering this statement by
Robert Genn's twice weekly letter.

Since studying watercolor this Summer,
I am open to this; not quite convinced.

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