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Just finished a work shop with one of the outstanding watercolor artists in the Southeast, Sterling Edwards. The workshop wanted us to use a limited palette and  large brushes with limited brush strokes. All brushes were # 8 #9 #12 with 1/2" flat brush and a rigger brush for minimal detail. This piece is called "Pueblo WInter Snow". I wanted to give you a minimal feel of brush strokes and colors that gives the piece needed  depth with single strokes. Some of you will like the abstract application I am sure but it was  done in less then 45 mins with large brush application to be used in future pieces. Work shops give you ideas that you can share with others. This is  a 11x16 watercolor on 140# paper. Have a blessed weekend and see you next week.