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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]
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.
The title is self explanatory. The medium is not. This drawing was done with a pencil that dissolves with water. So after completing the drawing, I took a set brush to blend.
Probably Nikki is reflecting on what trouble she might get into……cats do that sort of thing. I have drawn her here with ink and brush.
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!
Cats do that well…….think, that is. Our rather portly cat thinks with front paws crossed in a lady like way. Rendering done with fine brush and ink.
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]
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.
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.
There was a lot of experimenting going on in this particular piece. The scene is a spot along the Ocoee River but, of course, could be pretty much anywhere. I wanted to catch the light filtered through the trees and bouncing off the water. Paper was coated with a rough acrylic ground that left the … [View Details]