Archive for May, 2007

Megan Kobus- Watercolors

These are two watercolors that Megan did in the Second Quarter of Art Class this year. One is of a ruin by the ocean and the other is of a castle in Germany. The water-coloring process involves first drawing the picture and then laying down a very light coat of paint (usually yellow) called a wash. After drying, the next layer of paint is laid down, and so on, with the darkest parts being painted last. These painting took Megan approximately two hours to complete each one.