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″
The last ten days I been helping my friend Stephen to sell his puppets at the “One of a kind show”. He been making and selling his puppets ( Diabolo puppets) at this show for 23 years and have a … Continue reading →
Well we had our first snow of the year yesterday which made me thought of the long months of winter ahead: I thought it will be at least six more months before I see the tulips in bloom at … 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″.
I take lots of photos during the year especially spring and summer when beautiful flowers are every where. Some of my neighbors on my street are great gardeners. whenever I walk by their gardens I would stop and snap … Continue reading →
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 I was a young boy, I love observe the insects like bee, butterflies, dragonflies and grasshoppers. I admire their freedom to move around and without being notice. My latest painting, “a day in the life of a grasshopper” … Continue reading →
During the springtime, I took photos of a tree peony in bloom and the flowers were an unusual shade of pinkish violet.. I decided to use as my next painting, however I could mix the color to match that color. … Continue reading →
Whenever I started a new painting, I like to give myself a new challenge: My latest is another one, the intricate patterns of the dahlia, each petal with the subtle change of colors is a challenge to paint and on … Continue reading →