This morning I was down at the basement looking for stuff to use for my lino printing and by chance I found an old exhibition catalog: it was for an exhibition at the AGO called inprint’76 which was a group … Continue reading
It been little over a month since I returned to school and taking classes for print making, I was surprised how much has changed since my art school days. My class mates came from all ages and background but few … Continue reading
I find March is a difficult month for me as I looking forward for the spring arrival however the temperature outside remind me winter still in charge. This Monday, I woke up to another grey day and the sun … Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t been around much lately. I finally finished this painting “on the watch” a week ago but somehow forgotten to post it here. I posted it on my facebook page and got many likes and comments, one even suggested to make into a puzzles!
here is the finished version, watercolor on 140lb cold press Fabriano paper, 14″x12″
My neighbour has this black and white cat often comes over to our gardens. One of his favorite spots is our tomato patch. In the afternoon when the sun is the hottest he would enjoys the shades provide by the … Continue reading
I have a New year tradition : every year I would create a painting to welcome the new year and this year is no exception. Unlike some to celebrate the New Year by dipping into the icy water for a … Continue reading
One of the art supply stores was having a 30% sale a couple of weeks before Christmas. I decided to take advantage the sale and ordered some Daniel Smith watercolors online. Although it took days to arrive but I was … Continue reading
It is a bitterly cold winter day here which made me think of the spring tulips. it will be at least six more months to the tulips in my garden I painted this watercolor to cheer myself up. Hope you … Continue reading
I love the magnolia flower, for me they are the sign of spring arrival. During the spring the trees are covered with the large blossoms, some of the older trees often reached to over 20 feet. it was the sky covered with the white and pink blossoms.
original transparent watercolor on 140 lb Arches rough paper, 10″x8″
While working at the “One of a kind show” I found one booth ” Hazeltree press & paper” selling hand-made paper made with actual flowers. When I was in art school, I took classes in paper making so I understood … Continue reading