Showing posts with label building. Show all posts
Showing posts with label building. Show all posts

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Sketchy Victorian

My sketchy Victorian painting was done this past January 2017. I needed an additional painting for a formal art show and this was it. This original was the first to sell. It’s very sketchy!  Everything is done loosely--no straight lines, lines don’t connect and broad strokes of color give this painting a happy look. Ink and watercolor. SOLD
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Friday, September 09, 2016

San Francisco Apartment

A wonky, loose painting focuses on a typical apartment top which could be found in San Francisco. Done quickly and loose, this painting shows that a drawing does not need to look exactly as it appears in real life. Every line is crooked, main structure looks flimsy and colors are not like the real thing. But by taking artist freedoms a new impression is formed and it is one of a kind and fun to do. 

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Old Village Sketch

Lots of ink lines define this village scene where the buildings are made of stone and adobe roofs and streets of cobblestone. With no autos in sight and very few people, I imagine this would be a very quiet and peaceful street scene. Ink and watercolor. SOLD

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Bright White Bank

In the Oak Park area in Sacramento, California, there is a beautiful white bank that I had the opportunity to paint with David Peterson at one of his recent workshops. He demonstrated then we students painted. I felt my painting came out well and the exercise was fun. I like the freedom of this loose-style painting. Watercolor and ink on watercolor paper.


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