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Behind the scenes – Preview

Here is a sneak preview of a big watercolor I started today. This piece is kind of an “experiment.” I’ve never painted a watercolor this┬ábig (30x22in; 76x56cm). I’m also applying the paint in a way that combines watercolor and oil painting. Unlike watercolor,

  • I am not painting big areas of solid color.

  • I am mixing some colors on the paper (not before I use them).

  • My painting is standing upright instead of lying down.

The last point is interesting and has caused me to make some adjustments; mainly not using as much water as I normally would over a large area. All of this combines to give it a different “look.” We shall see what happens.

Fez start

Michael Liebhaber, untitled as of now.

Sketches from Morocco

Just returned from a three-day weekend get-away to Fez, Morocco. These are a couple of sketches I drew from memory one night as I had trouble sleeping.

Michael Liebhaber, Rooftop View of Fez, Pencil, 20x14.5cm (8x5.75in)

Michael Liebhaber, Rooftop View of Fez, Pencil, 20×14.5cm (8×5.75in)

Michael Liebhaber, Street Scene in Fez Souk, Pencil, 20x14.5cm (8x5.75in)

Michael Liebhaber, Street Scene in Fez Souk, Pencil, 20×14.5cm (8×5.75in)