I was at the Oregon Coast this week. So why the painting of Mt Hood?
Well, the subject for the watercolor class I missed was Mt. Hood. The class used Masa Paper, which I didn’t have. I’ll probably make it up in the next class, but just to keep in tune, I decided to do this painting.
There’s lots I like about it, and lots I don’t, so I may try doing this one over.
I used my Yarka St. Petersburg pan watercolors–both the original and sequel sets. Except for the sky. I used Winsor & Newton Raw Sienna for the glow. The paper was Twinrocker Rough.