This is my newest physical watercolor “Gallop”. I believe watercolors are the hardest painting medium, so I’m trying to improve more and more. The wonderful thing about them is their portability. It’s a little easy to paint in new locations with them than it is acrylics, partly due to setup, and partly due to the quick clean up.
This is a traditional watercolor called “Ocean Cliff”. Traditional watercolor are, in my opinion, the hardest medium to master. While I love acrylics, watercolors fascinate me. This is a rough watercolor at best, but I love the crest of the left mountain, I hope you will too.
Mountains in Scripture are so significant, they represent hope, comfort, and salvation. The Psalmist David said”I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.” They gave him hope.
They also gave him comfort. Psalms 125:2 says, “As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth even for ever.” God was letting us know, through David, that He surrounds us with His protection.
Finally, The Root and Offspring of David brought us salvation on a hill called Mount Calvary. I love the tops of the mountain, and The God that gives me strength to climb higher each day!