Here’s my second watercolor. I messed up the hair just before the end, but learning when to stop painting is a skill too.

This is hard to talk about because while the first painting was more about lines and handling paint, this one was based on a specific stimulus. I don’t think I’m going to explain this to anyone but the woman I painted it for, and she probably won’t need my words to know what it’s about.

I think that including the title, “Diagnosis,” is probably enough info for you guys. I’m sure a lot of you can empathize with how difficult and life changing unexpected test results can be. I hope you understand that those of us involved aren’t really ready to discuss the situation yet.

Thank you for understanding.


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