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The Watercolors of Joyce Anderson

CAROLYN HENDERSON: TALK ABOUT ART

 

August 9, 2018

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Glenns Ferry Cliffs, by Joyce Anderson

If you're outside, look up. If you're inside, look out the window, and up. What do you see?

Sky, hopefully. And probably, somewhere, clouds. Poofy or wispy, blazing white or thundering grey, here and there or blanketing the air, clouds are so ubiquitous that we frequently forget they're there. Artworks in the sky, clouds shift and change their shape in a moment, never staying long in one place.

They're fascinating.

"I find myself easily distracted now when I see clouds," says Walla Walla watercolor painter Joyce Anderson, who recently completed painting a visual study of clouds, incorporati...



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