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Calla in Cadmium

Calla in Cadmium

Maybe ten years ago, I planted a single calla lily bulb in my garden.  Over the years they have duplicated over and over  and every year they seem more beautiful than the last.  The graceful lines, the vibrant color are mesmerizing.    The name for this painting comes from the fact that I used cadmium red … [View Details]

Eye of the Tiger Lily

Eye of the Tiger Lily

This incredible flower has been slowly maturing in my garden and after weeks of watching started to unfold.  It stands nearly  5 feet and is topped by these incredible blooms.  This small watercolor attempts to capture its grace.  I call my tiger lily “Irene” in honor of the mother of my dear friend who gave … [View Details]

Fleeting Beauty

Fleeting Beauty

watercolor on textured gesso

Fragile Beauty

Fragile Beauty

watercolor on gesso

Garden Impressions

Garden Impressions

This little watercolor was done when my flower garden in Ocoee was filed with delightful blossoms unlike it is as I write today when we it is languishing in brutal heat and drought.  The image is of a memory from a more pleasant day.  It is painted mostly wet on wet which basically means juicy … [View Details]

Garden Lace

Garden Lace

watercolor on textured gesso

Graceful Dancer

Graceful Dancer

This is one of my favorite daylilies in my garden….so graceful and delicate.  I chose an image of one for a demo I did during an event at the Museum Center at Five Points in Cleveland TN.  Demos don’t always work well simply because of the additional eyes watching and evaluating as it goes.  But … [View Details]

In Fetzer’s Field the Poppies Grow

In Fetzer’s Field the Poppies Grow

This painted paper quilt is a celebration of the wild poppies that grow behind our home in Ocoee TN each spring before the newly planted fields start to germinate with soy beans, corn or wheat.  One year the poppies were particularly amazing and the image of them in the field has been with me since.   … [View Details]

Iris Jig

Iris Jig

This little watercolor was meant as a companion piece to “Iris Blessing.” (if you put that in the search bar to the left you can see that too!)  After painting, I layered two sheets of watercolor paper appropriately painted and sewed them together with metallic thread.  I then took a nice sharp knife and wiggled … [View Details]

Ladies in Red

Ladies in Red

watercolor on textured gesso