We did spend 1 day at the Jennifer Sears Glass Studio. I made this paperweight (which is about the size of a softball!) and Hubby blew a float.
If you are ever in Lincoln City, OR you should check it out! You can create your own piece of glass art...a great, personal souvenier. :-)
But, now I am back home and playing catch up with my class. We are now painting backgrounds so that we can doodle on them.
I have found that I really like watercolors because they run together and blend so nicely.
To save space (and not have to upload 50 pictures on one post---slight exaggeration--but not much lol) I have combined the background with the finished doodle. Here, the black lines on the background were made by dipping a pine branch in black ink.
I love swirls! But I hate the color yellow so I am not sure why I keep throwing it into all my backgrounds!
This one is acrylics, 2 colors, a turquoise and a blue-green. I then ground some chinese ink (but didn't grind long enough, my arm got tired lol) to squiggle over top and finally stamped some fish (Fred Mullett) using Colorbox chalk inks.