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Showing posts with label structures. Show all posts
Showing posts with label structures. Show all posts

Saturday, March 04, 2017

New York Central Park


Colorful trees and skyscrapers make up this birds eye view painting above New York city. Ink and watercolor
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Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Southwestern Architecture

This simple painting displays the upper half of a large structure that you may find in the southwest part of the United States. This could be an office building, hotel, someone’s mansion or part of a shopping mall. These buildings are designed for the elements like rain and wind in this part of the country. Most corners are rounded and rain spouts stick out from the building to eliminate water from rooftops. Colors match the territory and trees add a pop of green. Ink and watercolor
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Sunday, January 15, 2017

San Francisco Side Street

The city of San Francisco has so many unique locations to draw. This painting shows a simple, hilly side street, multi-story buildings with afternoon shadows and an interesting view looking upward. I added more color to everything including the sky for more interest. I did most of my ink work first then added color since the overall image needed more punch. Ink and watercolor.

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Santorini Greece

 This painting is an impression of one of my favorite spots that I would like to visit. Everything I have seen about this place seems very unique. Elevated above the blue waters, the view is spectacular. From friends, I hear there are sparkling beaches, great restaurants, ancient buildings and great wine.  The travel brochures tell me this beautiful place sits on an active volcano. 
Enjoy my ink and watercolor vision.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

An Old Los Angeles Favorite

This painting of the Capitol Records building was done for a friend who gave the original as a gift to her son on Christmas 2013. This building and scene is one of his favorites. Many of you may recognize this building which was very unique when it was built in 1956. Located just north of the famous Hollywood and Vine intersection, it remains very unique in its architecture to this day and is a definite landmark in Los Angeles. Ink and watercolor. SOLD

Friday, January 11, 2013

Abandoned Structures

Old structures dominate this secluded, very colorful valley. I like the lonesome, isolated feel of this painting. Maybe it is a place I would like to visit to do nothing but relax, eat, sip wine and paint. Ink and watercolor.

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