|10/5/17 Greenwood neighborhood|
If you saw my post yesterday, you must have figured out that I’ve had enough of toned paper. I feel like I should be able to convey whatever light, color or mood I want to with toned paper – artists like Pat Southern-Pearce seem to do it all the time. But days like the ones we’ve been having lately – a brilliant blue sky blazing with trees – demand white paper, and I’m good with that.
I’m sure you’ll see the return of my toned book again – but not before the sky turns as gray as the paper.
(Yes, you’ve seen these trees before – I sketched them just a few weeks ago. Whenever I’m driving through Greenwood, I just can’t resist them.)