1. Robin Lancaster
    November 21, 2017 @ 12:25 pm

    You’re not on my “bucket list”, but you’re on my “as soon as I know enough to know what I don’t know” list … I’m taking one of your online classes. And then when I have the Moolah, I’m traveling to take a live in person class! I originally became interested in watercolor when I wanted to make art quilts and couldn’t achieve the look I wanted with fabric alone. “Why can’t I paint my own fabric?” I asked myself. “Duh! You don’t paint, remember?” Love your 20+20+20+20+20 analogy. I keep “painting” the same picture of my daughter with different techniques so I can see the difference … see what I like and don”t like … and not be confused by the subject. You might not have meant it that way, but it’s the way I’m interpreting it! ha ha

    Have a great day!
    Robin in NC, USA
    P.S. I frequently quote you! I do give credit.

    • Angela Fehr
      November 22, 2017 @ 9:45 am

      You understood exactly what I was talking about! We spent a lot of time in the workshop talking about how we learn so much through that kind of creative repetition. So glad to hear you took your “I don’t paint” as permission to start! Good for you!