Mary Gibbs is a self-taught artist with a life-long interest in art. Her watercolors are uniquely realistic, using bright colors to catch the viewer's eye, from vivid foliage and floral, to architecture and domestic cats.
Use school glue gel, salt, & liquid watercolor on watercolor paper. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look. Rubbing alcohol on wet water color is cool too.