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Showing posts with label evergreens. Show all posts
Showing posts with label evergreens. 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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Thursday, January 04, 2018

Winter Moon

View of a cold winter night after a heavy snowfall. Ink and watercolor.

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Saturday, December 23, 2017

Winter Has Come





It's the time of the year for snow capped branches and pine cones. Ink and watercolor.
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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Broken Fence

A beautiful country lake sits in the foreground as a broken down old fence crosses its shoreline. Magical mountains, spectacular cloud formations and bits of sunlight show through to add some more beauty to this nature scene. Watercolor. SOLD

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Blue Mountains

This scene looks cold as winter appears to be near. The blue mountains are not covered with heavy snow yet. Snow has fallen already as shown in the foreground. River water looks cold and still. A snow storm could be here soon. Watercolor. SOLD

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

A Lonesome Church


A quick painting done as a result of experimenting. The subject is just about "nothing". Actually it's a semi-abstract rendition of a church. Ink and watercolor.

Monday, March 16, 2009

High Desert Vista

Serene vista of a roadway winding its way up the gradual slopes in the high desert of California. As soon as you begin to see pine trees you know you are gaining in elevation. 8" x 10", watercolor.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

As The Moon Rises

Simple watercolor experiment shows a moon rising up over the evergreen trees. Trees are done very simply with thick brush pens while thin pen lines were used in the sky. I used Sap Green, Paynes Gray, Ultramarine Blue and a bit of Yellow and Raw Sienna.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Flooded Evergreens

Most of the time we worry about too little water in our lakes. In this scene, we see a lake that has overflowed its normal beach areas and the water has backed up into the evergreens. It's nice to pretend and dream that we have more fresh water than we know what to do with. This artwork was an exercise in wet-in-wet and was an experiment only. This was one of many little pieces done on a day I call "play day" where I just try to play with color, ink and textures.

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