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Showing posts with label spring. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spring. Show all posts

Monday, April 16, 2018

Flower Fields

Heavy winter rains have allowed an abundance of colorful flowers to sprout as spring nears and warmer temperatures unfold.
Ink and watercolor
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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Spring In Yosemite

Winter clouds linger but bright green grasses and foliage indicate its spring time in Yosemite. The river is running high and soon temperatures will rise and comfortable weather is coming. As summer nears, the tourists will appear at this beautiful National Park. Ink and watercolor.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Simple Flowers

Simple flowers like these are sprouting up all over the area now that spring is here. They would be more plentiful if we had more sun, warmer weather and less precipitation. The color is out there for all of us to enjoy but beware, so is the pollen which makes us sneeze and have itchy eyes. Watercolor.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Majestic Oak

A majestic oak tree in February looks strong and healthy even though it has no leaves in the midst of winter. The day was gray with the sun showing through slightly which was enough to give some shadows. Winter has expired. The warmth of spring is about to begin. Soon, this huge oak will sprout in brilliant green leaves and will be ready for the long, warm part of the year. Ink and watercolor.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Old Barn Still Standing

Colorful scene illustrates an old barn, rock foundation and cellar entrance on a hillside in northern California. It is spingtime and the leaves and other foliage have bright green in them. Oh, and also, there is plenty of pollen and other bad stuff in the air. If you're not careful you may start sneezing, coughing and rubbing your eyes all of which will make you miserable. 11" x 14" ink drawing overpainted with watercolors.

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Spring Colors




I exhibited this at the Lincoln Hills Art Show in mid-February 2007 and it was the first of three paintings to sell. Personal note cards were also sold. Spring will soon be upon us and this flower watercolor painting reminds us that warmer, drier weather is upcoming. SOLD


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