An extra quick sketch this week. Shall we dance?
After two weeks, we’re still shoveling our way out of a persistent white blanket of snow.
A backward progression or choosing when to stop painting:
New palette creatures are now swimming in an alternate setting. For those not familiar, palette creatures are colorful shapes that actually show up on my watercolor palette after a watercolor painting session. When I spot them, I take a photo and play with them in Photoshop. Some creatures require more attention than others. This …
Thank you! Your thoughtful comments warmed and cheered me. I’m feeling better, and I’m pleased to be back to blogging. I’m taking it slowly, but look forward to visiting all of your blogs very soon.
Watercolor, Oil Paint and Thread on Watercolor Paper I’ve packed this little painting with symbolism. Another very personal piece. *A new series, “Blood And Vapor”.: Who lingers within you? Have you ever felt an ancestral presence? The inescapable tie of family:hundreds of individuals, yesterday and today, here and gone. A powerful resonance or …
I’ve come to the conclusion that I need to play out the more obvious notions “haunting” this project to hopefully make way for more comprehensive pieces. While only addressing one aspect of my premise, this piece strikes a personal cord for me. I’ll be posting two more “Blood and Vapor” visual investigations this week. *A …
Two super quick equine sketches.
Terrible terror. I’ve seen it. Rescuing one of these little guys from my cats.
Watercolor and Pastel 11″x14″* *A new series, “Blood And Vapor”.: Who lingers within you? Have you ever felt an ancestral presence? The inescapable tie of family:hundreds of individuals, yesterday and today, here and gone. A powerful resonance or inconspicuous vapor?
Portrait of T. A glimpse of his steadfast strength, inexhaustibly supporting his kindness, compassion and generosity.
Walking the bird in the rain. I have no idea why ; )
A bit of gestural nostalgia. Friends strolling in the sun, while amiably catching up.
Tighter than my usual watercolor sketches, this one is a little too predictable for my taste. Because I’m literally sketching with the paint, following no pencil guides, I became preoccupied with the horse’s anatomy. She lives not too far from me, so I also struggled a bit to portray her as I have glimpsed her, …