This is my good friend and fellow artist, Judy Morris with my painting in the show in Shenzhen, China. I am grateful to her for taking a photo of it as I could not make it to China to see the show myself. She reported back that is was one of the most top-notch shows to be in as the quality of the paintings were exceptional. She said I should be very proud. Which I am! I have always admired Judy's work and it had been a wonderful experience to attend her workshop in the Southern region of France in 2013. I hope our paths will cross again soon.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
This is my last painting in my series of scenes from the quaint, medieval villages I had the opportunity to visit on a trip to the southwest region of France. My goal was to try to capture the texture in watercolor of the buildings that dated way back to 15th century or was it 16th century? In other words, it is old with so much history. Once again, this was from the Village of Sarlat. The wood is weathered and sagging in places but they are still standing and solid as a rock.
Monday, March 2, 2015
Wisteria is a flowering vine that I have been wanting to paint for some time now. I finally did it! Here it is and it took awhile. During these long winter months, it was inspiring to work on something that would remind me of Spring. I used Cheap Joe's Kilamanjaro watercolor paper 23x30 and Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors.