If only for a little while, my advice is to switch to a new medium, find a new surface to work on, or just change it up. Find what works for you! Since I know many out there are already working in watercolor, find something else to challenge your routine. Maybe it’s a giant marker, a hunk of charcoal, or fresh pastels, but ultimately a new material will force you to learn a new trick or two.
Let's take a break and look over at the art world. Richard Raicik is a long time Connecticut resident. His journey began in a humble place, painting the windows pains of his home with charming scenes to entertain his family during the holiday season. With a little mentorship and encouragement he became hooked on watercolors and the rest is history.