Another in my series of studies of chrysanthemums in terra cotta pots. Feel like I'm gradually getting a handle on the subject, because I'm liking them more. Course any watercolor can go off the cliff at any time if you overwork it. To my eyes, that's a common watercolor mistake. Overworking, too many layers, too much nitpicking - those things take the freshness out of a watercolor. I think you have to know when to stop, and then stop 3 or 4 steps before you get to that point. Not so easy.