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Cascade Canyon - Painting Process

Enjoy a walk-through visual tutorial on how I painted this watercolor landscape of the mountains in Grand Teton National Park. The painting captures our view of the peaks as we rested in the Cascade Canyon area for lunch. I'll give you a step by step guide through my process along with links to the art products I used.

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Painting a Goat! My Watercolor Process

Today I'm sharing with you a small painting with a rather simple story. I have been watching this YouTube channel Roots and Refuge Farm since I started my vegetable garden last year. Jess has been a big and positive influence on me as I learn and grow as a gardener. I saw one of her goats in a video recently and I thought she (I believe her name is Miriam) would be a great subject to portray. I hope you enjoy seeing these snapshots from my process of painting this pretty goat. Materials used for this painting These are affiliate links to Amazon, so I do get a small commission from them. Unless I say it in a note beside...

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Backpack in the Tetons - My Watercolor Process Step By Step

If you are new here - welcome to my blog! My name is Kimberlee and I am an artist, hiker, backpacker and homemaker. I love to be out in nature and I document my travels through my paintings. Today I'll give you some insight into the painting I'm sharing with process photos and links to my favorite materials. Backstory While we were backpacking in the Teton mountain range I set my pack on the ground as we were leaving and got a glamour shot. This pack gets me through a lot and I am excited to take it on many more adventures. This is what my pack looks like as I'm carrying it. Stuffed full and very heavy, as you...

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Granite Canyon - Watercolor Painting Process

I typically stick to bright colors and blue skies, but this foggy morning called for me to paint it. I woke up on my first morning in the Teton mountains. As I climbed out of my tent to the crisp, damp air I felt like I was in a dream. But I wasn't, I was just in one of the most beautiful backpacking destinations in the U.S. Behind the mountains of Grand Teton National Park there is an area only accessible by hiking. This is where the Teton Crest Trail leads you. And this is where I was on that lovely, moody morning.  As I go through these pictures I hope you feel like you are seeing our campsite come...

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