Tag Archives: watercolor

The Gypsy Cart of Art and More

I hope you are enjoying your summer!  With the warm temperatures and cooling nights, my summer is very enjoyable.  Much art activity has gone on during the past three months. Three times now, the gypsy cart of art has made … Continue reading

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Mail Art entry 13!

What can I say? Sun was pouring through my Southern exposure drawing room window as the ideas fluttered about like the butterfly on the stamp.  I really like how this one turned out! The back of this postcard is fun … Continue reading

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Boulder Creek Painting and Photo

Many times I’ll capture a photo of a beautiful place with the intention to someday paint it.  Now as I write this, you need to understand that creating a painting from a photo is not the same as to make … Continue reading

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Six Pines and Red

Sometimes simply painting out many images of the same subject matter can be quite enjoyable!  Here are a few of the many!

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Beginnings

What do I absorb from my daily surroundings that meshes with all that energy within me? Continue reading

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