Painting With An Opposite Hand

Degas, experience, impressionism, impressionistic watercolor, Irina, Monet, opposite hand, out of the box, Painting, Sztukowski, watercolour
Sun Light Painting
Are you right-handed? Have you tried to write with the left hand?
Or, maybe you are a left-hander, who thought about drawing with the right one?
Try it! It is fun!
Those thoughts came to me when a couple weeks ago I’ve pulled my working arm in the elbow area. The pain was almost unbearable. It is better now.
I have put my right arm to rest for a day and did everything (EVERYTHING!) with the left one. Not an easy task, I can tell you.
I took a brush, placed my paints and water on the left side and dove/dived in.
I thought why not: 
And here is my attempt: The roses in my backyard. 
I’ve used a brush to draw instead of the pencil, then started painting applying the strokes one-by-one. No washes, no precise lines. At the end I grabbed a sponge and dabbed the rocky wall texture in. Maybe that was a secret of Impressionists: they worked with opposite hands ;0) ???
Quite new experience! 
Try doing something with the opposite hand. 
It is a fun challenge
Original Painting Roses is 12″x16″ on Strathmore 140lb Cold Pressed (painted with the left hand)

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