"An artist does not try to control watercolor. Rather, an artist collaborates with watercolor. It is always a surprise to see how the pigment will flow. It is the surprises that make the painting interesting and beautiful. On the other hand, acrylic is easier to control but it best to surrender to color. I want my paintings to be recognizable but a little wild. Painting teaches me to let go and allow to painting to "become." Pencil reveals the contrasts between light and shadow."
- Kathleen Reeves: https://cobb.institute/spiritual-integration/the-arts/