Just Add Water!

Water it, and it will bloom! 

Watercolor painting was rekindled in my heart when I began working with kiln-formed glass. My glass art process starts while outdoors hiking and surrounded by nature. So much to take in! So much that inspires! I take photos to help preserve the memories of a scene, a flower petal, grasses against a stand of trees.

Back in the studio, with new ideas in mind, the photos become references for watercolor studies. Why watercolor? Watercolor is a medium which offers a similar transparency in its layering of color that you get when you’re working with glass.

As these studies made their way towards my glass art designs, I became more and more captivated by this medium. In a short while my watercolor paintings began to bloom into their own nature art expression!

The theme is still the same. It’s all about nature in art! But now I get to use both glass and watercolor to share my view of our beautiful world.

Join me in adding a splash of color to our world through my nature art! Check out more nature inspiration photos and artwork on my website, and be sure to subscribe to my email list.

…Together let’s add a splash of color to our world!

Anna’s glass can be found at Art Works Gallery, 113 Mill Street, Grass Valley, California.

Anna’s watercolor paintings can be found at Hindman Fine Art Print Gallery, 1021 R St, Sacramento, California.

For more available art, visit Willow Grove Hill Studio’s gallery shop

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Anna DelBon Masucci - California artist and owner of Willow Grove Hill Studio whose adventures are nurtured into nature art as kiln-formed glass and watercolor paintings.
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