Sometimes I paint what I feel

Sometimes I paint what I feel

I do not like napping. That's why I've finished painting watercolors. Since I remember, while my family was dozing in the summer afternoons, I used to take out my watercolor notebook, the small box of colors, a couple of brushes and paint what I saw. Now I keep doing it, although I no longer paint only what I see. Sometimes I paint what I feel.

There are two ways to paint watercolor: the one that looks for an objective, to finish a painting, to do "that" in concrete and the one that simply try to enjoy the color, the shape  and the water while it is painted, no matter too much which is the result. 

I have always combined both forms of painting, from the obligatory exercise of shapes and lights to approach reality, to free amusement, and the truth is that I have obtained better results when I let the hand fly freely and the brush play with the water