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Gouache Painting in the Colorado Wilderness

Here's a slice of the mountain forest in northern Colorado. It's a scene of organized chaos, which I deciphered in gouache. Below is a 5-minute YouTube video that takes you through all the steps. If you're receiving this blog post by email, you may not have a playable embedded video, so you may need to follow this link to YouTube to see the video. Previous posts about gouacheGouache materi
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