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This woven watercolor received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 Southern Appalachian Artists Guild National Exhibit in Blue Ridge Ga. It is truly an honor to receive such an honor in this annual exhibit. The woven watercolor was constructed by doing two paintings on yupo, cutting them in opposite directions and then weaving them back … [View Details]
Do you ever wonder why Mother Nature is so extravagant that she created a beautiful flower that only lasts a single day? I do every time I see one of my daylilies come to bloom. This queen for a day was painted on pieced and seen watercolor paper….just because I wanted to!😊 Should you be … [View Details]
This is the view coming down the lane that leads to our home in Tennessee. It’s always a joy. The watercolor was painted on a very soft light weight paper that was pieced and seen before painting. This gives it an interesting texture. Coming Home was accepted into the 2018 Southern Appalachian Artists Guild National Exhibit … [View Details]
This painting was inspired by a view of Cookson Creek in Ocoee. The very fun part of it was painting it on paper coated with a layer of gesso and very fine glass beads. The results of this experiment led to a few more new paintings that you will find on this site. Contact me … [View Details]
My “inner werewolf” comes out with every full moon! My husband and I have been known to plan our evenings to watch it come up over Sugarloaf Mountain. Hunter Moon (October) of 2018 was special though because I actually witnessed the rise and the set of the Hunter Moon in a single day! Glancing out … [View Details]
This little commentary on the break of dawn in the mountains was made from two paintings on yupo painted in the colors of a sunrise cut and woven back together.
This woven watercolor was created by doing two paintings on yupo: one of the mountains behind my home; the second less representational of the colors of the sky as a day progresses. The first was cut in wavy segments while the second was cut in straight strips. The two paintings were then woven together to … [View Details]
Two watercolors painted on yupo, cut in opposite directions and then woven together. That’s how this piece was constructed. The colors and forms reminded me of something cosmic, something much bigger than myself. To purchase this painting or others on this site, contact Marie directly at marie@SpaederHaasGallery.com
Imagine a sunny autumn day, blue skies, the air cool and crisp. That’s what this paper assemblage hopes to convey along with the pleasure of snuggling into a comforting quilt. This piece was constructed from watercolor paintings cut, reassembled and seen.
During the summer of 2018 our neighborhood in Ocoee TN planted milkweed to lure in monarch butterflies to help them on their migratory route to and from Mexico. It was an amazing experience to watch the metamorphosis from caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly! To commemorate a successful season, I painted this little 5×7 watercolor. Though … [View Details]