Maureen Henson-Brunke

I have always wondered why the phrase, “Like watching paint dry,” has such negative connotations.  Through the use of watercolors I have come to love watching paint and water dry. The life in water and pigment fascinates me, whether I am witnessing the depth and intensity of a color change as the water evaporates, or seeing multiple colors swimming towards each other to mix, merge and create new colors.  And then there are the wonderful and terrifying back runs of paint, blooms, and uncontrolled drips that remind me there are few things in life you can control, but with patience, balance and by taking risks you can of