Daily Bread

🥖 HI SISTERS! SINCE THE FAMOUS BASKET WITH BREAD BY DALI, I DON’T REMEMBER ANOTHER WORK SO TERESANT. AND ALSO I PREFER THE ONE MADE BY JEAN.

Drawn In

There is meditation in making bread. The coming together of simple elements, transformed by hands and patience into something sublime. In this season of slowing down and coming indoors, it’s time to appreciate the subtle aroma of yeast; it’s time for kneading dough into a smooth, glossy form; it’s time for breaking bread. Coming indoors also seemed like a good time for me to try something new and stretch my skills. You can read more about that below, or just indulge me in a new subject and way of painting this week.

Tips and Techniques– Instead of using transparent watercolors, I painted this piece with opaque watercolors known as gouache. Like traditional watercolors, gouache is mixed with water, but it differs substantially because it can be worked loose and wet or thick and heavy, more like acrylics or oils. Getting the right consistency takes practice.

Another difference is that…

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