Showing posts with label clouds. Show all posts
Showing posts with label clouds. Show all posts

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Multicolored Skies

Evergreen trees, mountain peaks and multicolored skies highlight an early morning sunrise. 
Ink and watercolor.

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Saturday, November 04, 2017

Two Barns

At times, it's fun to change the way I normally paint and do something different. Bold lines and vivid colors make up this rural painting. I found the painting was easy to do since everything does not look real so I did not need to be exact. I will try this style again one of these days. Ink and watercolor.
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Friday, August 17, 2012


Sunset, clouds, islands and ocean with terrific beams of light are combined to make this ink and watercolor image. This painting was done from a sketch I did using various ocean sunset photo images I have on hand.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining

Look for the silver lining in my clouds as the famous old proverb talks about. Clouds are beautiful and we take them for granted and, of course, you do not really see something special unless you really want to. When they are fluffy we feel good but when they are dark and low we know we may need shelter. These little samples of  landscapes and clouds were done quickly just to get the feel for some ideas I have for future larger paintings. It's always fun to play with ideas. Ink and watercolor.

Sunday, July 04, 2010

When It's Dusty

During any hot afternoon in the desert, the thunderstorms will appear and are a welcome relief as they cool the day and leave the landscape smelling cooler and fresher. It dampens everything so the earth is no longer dusty.

This small painting developed as I was painting one day in my garage. It was a blazing hot day outside and I would have welcomed a brief, drenching rain. Ink and watercolor.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Distant Clouds

Wide open spaces with some puffy clouds remind us of the beauty of nature. Clouds propagate themselves through the processes in nature using heat, cold, and ice above the earth's surface.
Luckily, even with all the populated areas in this country, there are thousands and thousands of acres of open space just like this--and beautiful puffy clouds like these to enjoy. Ink and watercolor

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Tones Of Eucalyptus

A clearing between the heights of eucalyptus trees allows the huge clouds above the horizon to display themselves. This simple painting was done using browns and blacks only. Ink and watercolor.


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