Haltom Jewelers plugging along
I feel that an apology is owed my blog readers. It has been several days since I’ve touched this watercolor, and therefore, posted on the blog. Several other details in my life have managed to crowd out my watercolor time. This is entirely my fault, as I’ve felt somewhat burned out on this piece for several days, and really hated to pick up the brush when my heart was not in it.
I did get out yesterday evening to the Fort Worth Stockyards, north of town, and did a plein air piece of the historic Hotel Texas. The attempt was a disaster, as again, my heart wasn’t in it. I choose therefore not to publish that sketch.
Tonight I put my best effort forward, and once again am beginning to develop an interest in this piece (particularly, to finish it!). I began work on the Worthington Hotel windows in the upper left corner, did some more pencil rendering of that magnificent clock, and darkened the background foliage to push the clock forward more effectively. Also I began work on the ground-story brickwork of the Jewelry store. Plenty of details are starting to get my attention.
Hopefully tomorrow I can turn the wheel several more revolutions. Thanks for reading.