Life, My Life in Watercolor

If money were no object, what would you do?

Today I saw one question like this posted in one of our groups in Facebook. Several people pitched in their ideas and one can tell that people would do so many things in life if money were no issue. Here are just some of the things I have in mind that I would do if… Continue reading If money were no object, what would you do?

My Life in Watercolor

I attended my first watercolor convention and I learned so much from the masters and my fellow watercolorists

If you have not been around this blog for long, you'd know that watercolor is one of the new things I learned while being stuck at home due to pandemic in 2020. I touched the brush and paints for the first time sometime August that year and wrote a blog about how it all started… Continue reading I attended my first watercolor convention and I learned so much from the masters and my fellow watercolorists

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor

Art and Science Class 2: What are Fossils and How to Paint an Ammonite Fossil in Watercolors

Hello! 🙂 This is just a short blog to let everyone know that things are okay from my end. I have just been busy with my academic life as an MS student as well as a teaching associate. As you know, I didn't stop homeschooling my youngest son despite the demands of academia. On some… Continue reading Art and Science Class 2: What are Fossils and How to Paint an Ammonite Fossil in Watercolors

Coping with Depression, Designing Jewelry, Fashion, Health, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor, Wearable Art

Van Goghing Through Life

Have you ever obsessed over someone or something in your life, it's the only thing that kept you going? I have. Not just once, but so many times. This month's obsession is Vincent Van Gogh - his life, his art, his struggles, and triumphs. Although he lived from a different time period, so far away… Continue reading Van Goghing Through Life

Coping with Depression, Life, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor

Obsessing over trees as my painting subject

Watercolor art: red lauan tree leaves and seed that I learned through EDC Binhi watercolor workshop. When I was young, trees used to terrify me. My grandparents and aunts would tell me stories about mythical creatures. Some of these mythical creatures live in trees especially old ones, I was told.. And if we hurt each… Continue reading Obsessing over trees as my painting subject

Coping with Depression, Geology, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor

I’ve deactivated my Facebook and it’s been absolute bliss

Hey everyone. I hope you are all doing fine. Sorry I had not been active on my blog this month as my schedule has been crazy. I also deactivated my Facebook due to post-election toxicity. I also had to remove "friends" on my friends' list due to political differences which I will not expound on… Continue reading I’ve deactivated my Facebook and it’s been absolute bliss

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor

My Birthday Gift to Our Readerships and Homeschooling Families

April is my birth month! To celebrate this month with our readerships and fellow homeschooling kids who have been painting with me, I am giving away free watercolor painting lesson every Sunday this month. Did I mention FREE? I did. Yes, free. All classes will be recorded and posted at our family's YouTube channel. Here's… Continue reading My Birthday Gift to Our Readerships and Homeschooling Families

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor

Paint with Me: French Lavender Macarons – A Watercolor Beginner Lesson

Hello everyone! This is just a short announcement regarding my newly uploaded step-by-step painting demo in my YouTube channel. If you love what you see in this website so far, do visit my channel, give me a thumbs up or comment where allowed (videos designed for kids don't allow comments). I would love to see… Continue reading Paint with Me: French Lavender Macarons – A Watercolor Beginner Lesson

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor, Shopping

Affordable Art Materials for Watercolor Painting and Where to Get Them in the Philippines

I once had a person comment on our family YouTube channel about how it was wrong of me to advise beginners can use cheap watercolor paints initially for practice. The person actually raised excellent points. I agreed wholeheartedly because as a watercolor newbie myself, I had a hard time transitioning from watercolor cakes to artist… Continue reading Affordable Art Materials for Watercolor Painting and Where to Get Them in the Philippines

Fashion, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor, Recycling, Wearable Art

My Current Bag Painting Fever

Hello my dear readerships. There's something about me that you might find surprising. I never liked hand bags or shoulder bags. I prefer carrying my stuff in a backpack, a messenger bag or a laptop bag. I have a few backpacks, one messenger bag (bought second hand), and a laptop bag which I got for… Continue reading My Current Bag Painting Fever