Mt. Eyak

Mt. Eyak

I’ve made it a personal goal to create four new paintings before the beginning of each season. I would like to create four new collections every year. This mission has definitely kept me busy. Most of the time, I find myself still up till 2-4am trying to meet the deadlines I’ve created for myself. This personal endeavor I have created for myself has blown up into a magnitude that has left me feeling overwhelmed at times.

I am now my own website developer, graphics designer, photographer, videographer, purchasing agent, sales agent, accountant (this part makes me want to rip my hair out sometimes), marketing manager, editor, writer, and artist. I have a newly found deep respect for all small business owners and online creators. They had to become and transform into anything and everything that needed to happen. Busy as it can be, it surely is fulfilling.

 

Paper

Arches Watercolor Cold Pressed 9x12 (23x31cm), 640 gsm

 

Brushes

½” Silver Black Velvet Flat

8 Silver Black Velvet Round

6 Silver Black Velvet Round Round

4 Silver Black Velvet Round

 

Watercolors

Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors: Chinese White, Payne’s Gray, Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Burnt Sienna, Quinacridone Deep Gold, Hansa Yellow, Prussian Blue, Cobalt Blue, Quinacridone Magenta, Green Apatite Green, Undersea Green

Credits

Artist: Shulammite Reece

Photo reference taken by artist

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