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Who can resist the beautiful red poppies in the spring? I have so many paintings of poppies but I never tire of them. I started them in my garden years ago and they continue to pop every year reminding my of my friend Jenny who gave me a teaspoon of seeds to plant one fall. … [View Details]
This watercolor started as a demonstration piece at an event in 2016. Sometimes having eyes watching makes the process fairly uncomfortable but things went well as I developed this view down our dusty country road that leads from our home.
This is number 14 in my kimono series. I wonder when it will end? Hopefully no time soon! This one just made itself and has no big message to tell. It is simply a celebration of color and fun. When I finished, it made me think of how I felt as a youngster when I … [View Details]
Number 13 in my series of 10 kimonos…..yes, you read that correctly… This particular kimono diverges from the exact shape and style of many in the series and is made from paper dyed naturally with avocado skins and eco-dyed with leaves from where I live in TN. … [View Details]
One of the wonders of shopping for fresh produce at our local market is the beauty of it all–the colors, the shapes, the textures. Seriously, I could walk around it and enjoy it visually and never sample or buy a thing. This approximately 14×14 watercolor on 300# cold press Fabriano paper commemorates what I love … [View Details]
Three palm trees forever joined on the shore. What could be better? Watercolor on hot press paper.
Sometimes we just need a little magic in our lives, don’t we? That’s what this was for me: a playful bit of representation of one of my favorite parks where trees canopy on the top of me and their shadows cradle me below. Whether this little watercolor on yupo says that or not, I can’t … [View Details]
This watercolor on yupo, a synthetic paper that is new to me but growing on me, was a response to the winter solstice in December of 2016. My reflections while doing it centered on the myths, the stories, the events that have evolved around the celebration of light returning to a darkened earth. Non-representational, it … [View Details]
Sea Shanty tunes and a bit of bluegrass are favorites of this old salt, a fiddler from Cortez Fishing Village near Bradenton FL. This is a bit of a watercolor sketch but it captures the old fiddler fairly well.
Near where we live in Florida during the cold winter months is the old fishing village of Cortez. The Florida Maritime Museum has its home there and monthly they host “pickin’ on the porch,” where musicians bring their instruments and play whatever they want. This wonderful old salt is a nonagenarian and plays a mean … [View Details]