Watercolor Print: Pacific Northwest Rocks #2
Pacific Northwest Rocks
Yes friends, I have found yet another hobby. ROCKS. I love spending time with rocks. These tiny capsules of history and nature hold and unleash secrets at the same time. Looking at their intricacies of line, shape, divots, color, and holes is fun for me. And then of course, I say “I MUST PAINT THESE ROCKS.” Not only is it fun but it is also very calming.
One game I like to play on river banks I call “Cairn Demolition”. It sounds way more destructive than it actually is. Start with a larger flat base rock. Add a second rock on top of the base. Then add a third (and so on if you prefer) to the second rock creating a tidy little stack. b a l a n c e . From far away, with a handful of pebbles as ammunition, try to knock down the cairn by throwing your pebbles at it. Hours of simple fun!
Printed on 100% recycled paper that most resembles real watercolor paper. Print size: 5”x7”.Packaged with an archival backing mat ready for a frame.