I collect watercolors of Victorian women. I have about 60 now. Most of them are framed and ready to hang but they are in a closet. I don’t have enough wall space to hang them. I have always been fascinated in them and how they were painted so small. I had an oval plaster frame I touched up and painted gold. It was the perfect size to do a miniature of a Victorian woman. I got as piece of cheap watercolor paper and drew a figure off. When I started to paint it sorta took a live of its own. Colors blended. The paper started peeling and rolled up and was a nightmare. I threw aside and got another good piece of paper. I drew it off in a sharp pencil and started using my tiny brushes. In a matter of minutes I had completed the things. Turned out okay for my first. When I got it home in the restored frame I dropped in on the concert floor and broke it in 4 places. I did glue it back together and put rubber bands around it, trying to salvage it. Look for the penny. This one is small.