Matching Results: ALL NEW WORK
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]
In what became a rather abstract piece, two completed painting were put to the knife and sliced in opposite directions and then woven together in a random pattern. The result was fun and unpredictable.
This sweet neighbor took this delicate perch and basically begged to be noticed. For me, noticing also means painting in this case. Since she was catching the sun on her back in early morning, I gave it this title.
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]
The subject for this little painting is not unusual, but the surface it is painted on is definitely different. In this piece, watercolor has been applied to paper that is coated with gesso mixed with tiny glass beads. This was an experiment…. one of those “I wonder what if…..” moments. To purchase this piece … [View Details]
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]
This bright and sunny watercolor represents something new for me. It’s the first time I have put so many figures together in a single image. After all the years I have done watercolor, I find there are so many ways to grow in the medium. The scene here is a local dock-side restaurant where folks … [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]
I did this little woven painting on January 1 of 2018, not realizing that it was going to lead me to discover a whole new direction for my work.
Recently I revisited some drawings that I did decades ago at the Emmaus Soup Kitchen in Erie PA. Just for the challenge of doing it I decide to translate one of a particular patron into watercolor. This was the result. To purchase this piece or any other on this site contact Marie at marie@SpaederHaasGallery.com.