Archive for May, 2009

31
May
09

For All Watercolour Painters

If you’ve wondered where color originated, you may want to see “God Had a Color Plan!  An Artist’s Viewpoint” at Chiaroscuro Magazine.  It’s thought-provoking.


29
May
09

Looking for Art Dealers for Caran d’ Ache Neocolor II Aquarelle??

Of all the watercolor crayons that I’ve experienced, I’ve found that Caran d’ Ache Neocolor II Aquarelle are the smoothest and most lightfast, easy to work with… and no, I don’t have stock in the company, although that is something to investigate…

If you are looking for Caran d’ Ache Neocolor II Aquarelle watercolor crayons as described and instructed in Carol Taylor’s Blog, and at EmptyEasel.com, I have the entire list of art dealers and will be more than happy to send info regarding your local dealer(s) to you.  Just let me know that you are interested and I’ll get that info right off to you.

Red Onion

Red Onion.

28
May
09

Drawings, Paintings, Creative Wonderment through Art

Find drawings, paintings, creative wonderment through ART here at caroltaylor.wordpress.com

and at http://www.caroltaylorblackandwhite.com

21
May
09

Follow Carol Taylor Black and White on Twitter!

Now you can follow Carol Taylor Black and White on Twitter… http://twitter.com/CarolTaylorBAW

CarolTaylorBlackandWhite!–for Charcoal Pencil Drawings… and new Caran d’Ache Aquarelle Paintings.  Visit often… we’re always updating.

17
May
09

Painting with Caran d’Ache Watercolor Crayons Published by EmptyEasel.com

Empty Easel, the online Art Newsletter, just published my article on Painting with Caran d’Ache Watercolor Crayons last Friday.  You can read it at EmptyEasel.com or here at Carol Taylor’s Blog.

06
May
09

Watercolour Painting… The 3rd. in “The Tulipa Series”… Unveiled

The watercolour painting, The Bouquet (after Tulipa, Preparing the Bouquet), has just been completed and framed.  Inspired by  The Tulipa Series originally drawn in charcoal pencil, the watercolour paintings thus far include Spring Dance (after Tulipa II), Spring Melody (after Tulipa III), and now, The Bouquet. Spring Dance and Spring Melody can be viewed on my web site at CarolTaylorBlackandWhite.com

 

Tulipa, Preparing the Bouquet (Watercolour)

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The Bouquet (after Tulipa, Preparing the Bouquet). Watercolour.

03
May
09

Watercolor Painting with Watercolor Crayons: Caran d’Ache Neocolor II Aquarelle

Watercolor Painting

with Watercolor Crayons:

Caran d’Ache Neocolor II Aquarelle

Art Instruction Now Available Exclusively at my Etsy Shoppe At:

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Still Life (Caran D'Ache Aquarelle) Still Life. Caran d’Ache Aquarelle.

Learn to draw and paint with Caran d’ Ache Aquarelle Watercolor Crayons.  Vibrant color.  Water-soluble media.  Caran d’Ache Neocolor II is a watercolor crayon appropriate for professional use (watercolor painting) as well as for children’s artwork.  You will enjoy experimenting with this non-toxic paint.

CARAN D’ACHE AQUARELLE ARTWORK AVAILABLE IN MY ETSY SHOPPE AT: 

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Photograph on left, view out of my studio window.

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