last year, I painted a watercolor painting of a white cattleya orchid but it was not satisfy with the result and then put it away for months. later I pull out the painting to look at it but was still … Continue reading →
Our garden seems to attracted a lots of cabbage white butterflies: they made great color contract against the blue and white convoluvlus flower with the green leaves. watercolor on 140lb cold press Fabriano paper, 10″x8″.
It been beautiful here with the Autumn colours: the gardens still have plenty of blooming flowers. The Zinnia and Dahlias produce much of the warm colors in the gardens which attracting the butterflies. I like how both of the … Continue reading →
Since the start of October, the weather been turning cooler and without the heat and humidity of the summer months I am able to spent more time in my studio and get down on my painting again. I had this … Continue reading →
Yesterday was labor day but as a full time artist I think it was more about a day to celebrate of not being in the work force. However I spent the day “working” and finished another painting: a labor of … Continue reading →
Last month, I was completely taken away with my paper cutting and done little painting. As soon as July started I went back to my first love .here is my first of July: ‘ Visit by the Monarch” watercolor on … Continue reading →
I made this watercolor/paper cut a couple years ago. I entered it in an exhibition shortly after I finished it. When the show was over I kept it wrapped for almost a year and only recently I removed the warping. … Continue reading →
Last night, while in bed I look over at my blooming orchid by the window. An idea came to me: often, I use my orchids as my subject for photos and painting. It would be fun to take photos … Continue reading →