Teresa Rogers is an artist inspired by nature and with a wonderful enthusiasm for pattern and design. She loves to experiment with many different methods and in September she showed us some of the techniques that she uses with watercolour paint, watercolour inks, acrylic inks and acrylic paint. She worked on Bockingford paper showing a design of bracken and tree-trunk outlines in pencil.
Teresa finds Daniel Smith sample dot cards useful for testing colours. Dabbing water on a dot releases a small amount of watercolour paint. [The SAA sells the complete collection for £9.60.] She also uses a spray gun or spray bottle, refillable pens and brush pens to apply inks and diluted paint to various supports and even fabric.