If you haven’t seen the Netherlands, click HERE for information about our fall 2020 sketching trip. Or contact our wonderful tour manager, Timothee Faberger at 917-528-8651. This trip is going to be fabulous!
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My artwork is available on www.watermediagallery.com, a handy place for artists to network, show and sell their paintings. In fact, more and more artists are joining the site and traffic continues to grow. If you are interested in learning more about the site, don’t hesitate to contact me. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join me at the Watercolor Art Society – Houston for a weekend exploring new techniques to achieve gestural and painterly florals and landscapes. Click HERE to register. We are going to have FUN!
It was such a lovely, busy and delicious trip and here are my sketches, unedited. There is never enough time to finish a painting because it is always a rush but the important thing is to get a flavor/glimpse/hint of a few things along the way. The important thing is to create a memory. Click to see full images.
This painting painted itself. I’ve not lived in snow for many years but the memories certainly rush back, all those walks in the woods up Totten Hollow in Bradford, PA!
This was called finished in February but I didn’t sign it, mat & frame it. So when it crossed my drafting table once again I couldn’t resist a few tweaks here & there. These nonrepresentational paintings could be changed a million times–such a fun way to paint: intuitively.