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On Watercolor: Artist Cathy Cullis Redefine

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by Rikkianne Van Kirk (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Nov 10, 2011

Who: Artist Cathy Cullis Redefine: "wet-in-wet painting technique" "My gouache and watercolor paintings are created using a good amount of improvisation and chance. For this I often employ a wet-




 

 

Who: Artist Cathy Cullis
Redefine: "wet-in-wet painting technique"

"My gouache and watercolor paintings are created using a good amount of improvisation and chance. For this I often employ a wet-in-wet painting technique, something that feels sometimes mischievous, other times a little magical. I may lay a wash of color on to the heavy paper (it's always best to use a heavy, good quality paper) and then dab, drop, drag another layer over the still wet pool of delicate color. Sometimes I can see, in an instance, things emerging - often faces, forms. I will allow the paint to dry a little and perhaps add again more wet, water, paint."


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