Painting and Blog Woes

I have been making some changes, but it appears that I will need to make even more changes. I understand that this blog is not worth the trouble to follow it, so please do not feel bad about not wanting to do what it takes to see my art. There are international laws that apply to my blog and I am not willing to be bothered by them, so I am thinking of putting a password on my blog. Does anyone have any opinion on whether they would bother to use a password if I instituted one? Basically, the laws make me institute things, which I don’t really totally understand, in my blog. I have to accommodate foreign countries and their unique laws. The most recent one is Brazil’s privacy laws. I have about had enough. I am not a big company with a website department who can keep track of this stuff. I have been ignoring it all, but the pressure is building and I think I will make my website password protected so that I can choose who gets onto my website. It is rather sad that I have to do it, but I can’t think of any other way. Any ideas or thoughts? I think I will wait a week to see if anyone responds and then I will put a password on the site. If you would like the password, please let me know. If no-one wants to be bothered, maybe I should just take down the website. I have been thinking of that option, anyway. LOL! Most of the people who visit my website are from China, anyway, and they are probably stealing my art to put on t-shirts and tote bags. Bummer… LOL!

So, I have been working with watercolors and here are a few recent pieces:

This was a coloring book page which didn’t work out like I wanted, but I thought it was kind of colorful. It is hard to see what it is… I didn’t make the drawing, I just colored it in with watercolors.
Line and wash: an ink drawing with watercolor layered over it. I thought it turned out really good. I was surprised. I thought it was a mess, until it dried and I looked at it the next day. I call it Wild Susan. LOL! I drew this with pencil, then with ink on top of the pencil, then used watercolors over it. I did it from a reference photo.
A cute little carrot in my sketchbook. I drew this with pencil, then ink, then watercolor from my imagination. I hope I don’t need a reference photo for a carrot. LOL!
This barn owl is in my sketchbook. I really like it. A pencil drawing with watercolor over it from a reference photo.
So, I tried the same owl on my new good paper. Well, I really enjoyed the paper, but it was different, so I didn’t do the owl as well. I still like it, but I like the other one better. LOL! Same as above: pencil drawing with watercolors.

Well, on to other projects. There is always something new to do. Thanks for looking. I hope you enjoy my art.

The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God stands forever. — Isaiah 40:8

6 thoughts on “Painting and Blog Woes

  1. I will need the password! And please do not stop sharing! I’ve grown to appreciate art in a new way since you’ve started to share.

    Jennifer

    On Mon, Jul 13, 2020, 5:20 PM Virginia C. McCoy Fine Art wrote:

    > virginiacmccoy posted: ” I have been making some changes, but it appears > that I will need to make even more changes. I understand that this blog is > not worth the trouble to follow it, so please do not feel bad about not > wanting to do what it takes to see my art. There are inte” >

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