A simple watercolor wash painted quickly and directly allows for experimenting with compositional changes while adding a dimension of color and temperature. This was done on 9x12 gray-toned pastel paper. I took the liberty of adding a tree trunk on the left which serves to push the barn back, join the shadow shapes, and provide more of a frame and/or environment in which the barn now "sits". The colors are mostly cool temperature which provide a colder emotional or atmospheric dimension. Perhaps I will do another one using warmer colors before doing that "masterpiece".