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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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Friday, February 16, 2018

Patio Light

A patio light surrounded by lush, green foliage. Ink and watercolor.



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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Autumn Color

I am looking up into the trees on this nice autumn day. The sun is shining through the leaves showing more colors than the eye can imagine. Soon the leaves will be gone and bare limbs and trunks will show clearly. Winter is next. Ink and watercolor.



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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Hummingbird Heaven

Bright sunlight, and plenty of colorful flowers make this little hummingbird happy. Soon, it will be joined by other birds and butterflies but right now it is all for him to enjoy. Ink and watercolor. SOLD

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Flying High

 
These geese are flying high and far and somehow know exactly where they are going. The great distances they are able to fly is amazing. Ink and watercolor.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Calm Morning


Pleasant sunlight, calm waters, and colorful trees make up this very simple watercolor painting.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Peaceful Morning


A lone deer enjoys the serenity in its forest home. It is surrounded by huge trees, a rushing creek and lush, green grasses. The rays of the sun warm its body as it remains on alert for any hidden dangers. Ink and watercolor.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Morning View

The sun is rising over this peaceful water scene. The steep mountains indicate this painting is in a place like Vietnam where ocean waters snake through the mountain gorges. Fishing boats dot the waters. The waters are calm. Soon the day will be hot and humid. Enjoy this watercolor painting.

Friday, February 01, 2013

Cold Winter Sunset



This winter scene at sundown was painted in a workshop I took from David Lobenberg in December 2012. I feel the painting turned out well and it shows the cold of winter but also has enough color to make the painting more interesting. This painting is all watercolor except for the use of some conte crayon for the highlights. SOLD

Monday, November 05, 2012

Early Morning

Misty skies add to this serene scene near a lake's edge. It is early in the morning and all is quiet. The sun will soon appear as it fights its way through the damp mist. The water is cool and still. There is very little noise. Creatures are there but are quiet. Fish pluck the water's surface causing barely a ripple. Ink and watercolor.

Monday, March 09, 2009

Lighthouse At Sunset

This painting was done to fill up an extra 8" x 20" frame I had. This is my summer lighthouse scene as the sun heads downward into the foggy sky which reminds me of the many years I lived in the San Diego area.

Near the ocean from May, June and into July, we would wake up to cloud cover. If the sun came through eventually, the cloud cover returned by days end. When I tell people about the gloom that invades San Diego they are very surprised. But it does exist and is very annoying. Now, who wants clouds when it's supposed to be the nicer part of the year? But, from August thru April, the weather is ideal except for the minimal rainstorms that hit. Ink and watercolor.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Monster Cactus

This ink and watercolor painting from the Arizona desert doesn't really show how big these plants can get. I was more interested in showing the maze of sprouts that grow upward. This is a Saguaro Cactus which can grow from 15 to 50 feet tall. The base sprout can be 18 to 24 inches in diameter. These are slow growing monsters that have the ability to store the minimal amounts of water needed to survive.

Friday, March 02, 2007

Joshua Shadows

I love Joshua trees. Whenever I think of these trees I also think of heat, sun, desert and any warm weather climates around us. This ink and watercolor painting is an exercise in attempting to focus on the tree's silhouette and also its shadow which is such a major part of this painting. I sold this original at the Lincoln Hills Art Show in May 2006.SOLD

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