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The Look of Water

Years ago, when I was first becoming serious about watercolor painting, I’d sit at the end of our dock staring at the lake, struggling to figure out what makes water look like water. What are the visual cues? How do we know at a glance, even at a distance, that it’s wet? Here are some of my

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