This colorful watercolor impression was fun to do. The village buildings make no sense structurally, so don't look too closely, but my intent was to put in shapes and colors only to give the impression of a small village. This painting is framed and hanging in our home. It's amazing how a nice a painting can look once it's framed. Watercolor.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Saturday, April 20, 2013
A beautiful sunrise brightens this lake and surrounding countryside as early morning will soon give way to a spectacular day. Clouds in the eastern sky are illuminated by the sun and reflect on the still lake waters which have barely a ripple in the calm. I had recently framed this watercolor painting and soon after, it was purchased. SOLD
Saturday, April 13, 2013
I produced this small painting after I watched a demonstration by David Lobenberg at a Lincoln Hills Painters Group meeting. David produced a large painting of this for his demonstration. Totally motivated, I went home and produced my own version as I tried to remember all the steps he showed us. I am pleased with my end product showing country storage tanks after a rainstorm. Watercolor.
Friday, April 05, 2013
This beautiful restored truck sits on the premises of Simonian Farms in Fresno, California. We stopped by last October to visit Dennis and Bonnie and it was great to see them and all the new additions to their properties. From photographs, I recreated this old 1937 Ford truck into an ink and watercolor painting and sent it as a gift. SOLD Visit their Facebook site at