So this is a further exploit in watercolor abstract. I had started a painting on my own as we first began this segment of class and when I had completed it...the only word I could think of was, "Bleech!" (That's not a good thing.) I couldn't figure out how to fix it and I was actually prepared to cut it into strips and use the back for testing colors as I paint. But then I thought of what we're always telling one another in class -- "It's only paper." So I started by using resist and writing some admonitions to myself. Then I began adding layers and spraying them into different directions and creating drips and spatters. (Note to self -- cover a larger area underneath the painting next time before spattering to aid in easier clean-up!) And voila -- it's bright, it's bold, and it's fearless. And I think I won't cut it into strips!