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This is a small spontaneous rendering in watercolor on Terraskin of a Florida full moon. The surface of the substrate is very smooth and non absorbent, so the paint nearly dances wherever it wants.
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
This watercolor on 300# cold pressed Fabriano is yet another painting of my vagabond friend from over 40 years ago. After about a half dozen paintings, some of which are not show-worthy, i have learned a lot about this colorful character. Perhaps in so doing, I have learned more about myself…..
This continues the growing series of dual paintings cut and reassembled by weaving the parts, unpredictably exciting.
Every once in awhile I need to pause from painting and draw my current favorite feline Nikki. When she is in a long pose like this, it’s not too hard. Moments later, however, she was likely doing her racing around the house. Cat owners will understand. This drawing is done in ink with a fine … [View Details]
Another in my ongoing images of Native American dancers, this dancer was doing the Bear Dance where the movement of a stalking bear is replicated. I chose this dancer mostly because of his colorful and textural clothing. SOLD
I remember the day (decades ago) when a newspaper review of my friend’s quilts described them as having brio. It seemed like such a wonderful word to describe something with such life. This violinist seems to have a lot of energy so I will dare to use this word to send him out into the … [View Details]
I saw that title on a bumper sticker and determined that I had to use it! I feel like this ink and brush drawing matches!
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.