She has a very interesting and unique painting technique, using water brushes and adding playful lines around the finished watercolor, and keeping some white space around the colors. I also liked to hear about her ways to use a sketchbook journal, along with the importance of making time each day to paint and play.
Here is one of my first attempts trying to use a watercolor water brush. I think by the time I worked around the petals, I was getting the hang of it, learning balancing the flow of water and paint distribution. (Once I figured out you turn the brush counter-clockwise to put it together. . .) My Koi brush I used did not leak from above-the brush barrel as the Pentel ones I tried earlier.
Daniel Smith watercolor