Today’s painting is a little different from the others, it is done in the style of the Chinese ink painting. I used a limited colors to create that misty look. watercolor on arches cold press paper, 9.5″x10″. Advertisements
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″.
I love white flowers and for me the white cymbidium orchid is very elegant. My today painting is the white cymbidium orchid. watercolor on 140lb Arches cold press paper, 12″x10″
Today’s painting is another orchid: a cattleya orchid, I like the ruffled edge on the petals and the bright pink and yellow in the center. Watercolor on 140lb Arches rough paper, 12″x10″ I upload my daily painting on artfinder and … Continue reading
There are so many species of irises , I never get sick of painting them. Here is my a painting a day # 3 “Iris with black” watercolor on 140lb Arches rough paper, 12″x8″
Today being the first day of May which. marks the beginning of the third month of my daily painting.
As I looking back, I can hardly believe how fast the two months gone by. I started in winter and now it is early spring and today it is such a beautiful and warm day. The last two months, whenever I finished a painting I would put it in a large shoe box. Eventually it expands to two. Today, when I counted them and realized I had produced 75 paintings. Most of them are 8”x10” and all in watercolor. I like the idea how my two boxes of painting are like a portable gallery I can travel anywhere with and weight little.
This Saturday, I would select the ones I like most and taking my gallery in a box to an outdoor art show.