Visiting Lussan via watercolor

Sketch and watercolor painting by artist Jo Myers-Walker of a figure feeding birds beside an intricately patterned doorway in Lussan France

Feeding the birds in Lussan, a village in
the department of Gard in southern France

Colors labelled in preparation for watercolor painting

Warming up with our color palette

Both of these scenes are from the restored medieval town of Lussan in southern France.

Above:  I was fascinated with the door grillwork. These magnificent doorways were very old and imposing.

Below:  La Petite Auberge de Lussan is a small inn and restaurant, or B & B. The tall obelisk in the front is a type that’s on many street corners commemorating a saint or prominent townsperson. I came upon this inn while wandering around the area. Some of those wanderings gave me the best subject matter.

February’s Zoom watercolor classes continue our “staycation” theme, where we’re going abroad for our painting subjects on Friday afternoons (2 p.m.–4 p.m. CST) and Saturday mornings (10 a.m.–12 noon CST).

Pencil sketch of the inn La Petite Auberge de Lussan by artist Jo Myers-Walker

Sketch on perspective

Watercolor painting of the inn La Petite Auberge de Lussan by artist Jo Myers-Walker

La Petite Auberge de Lussan

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