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Archive for October, 2006

Mango and Mates – Daily Painting

Monday, October 30th, 2006

Watercolor on paper 10″ x 7.5″. Available What I learned on my weekend vacation that I decided to apply today … Colorful shadows with reflected light. Playing around with complementary schemes. Being bold with wet in wet painting. Getting more daring with saturated color. Painting watercolor standing up (even when not plein air) to give [...]

Rosarium sycamore – Daily Painting

Sunday, October 29th, 2006

Watercolor on paper. 11″ x 6.25″ Tired but happy, I’m back from two back-to-back days of watercolor demonstrations in Orange County – one sponsored by Watercolor West, the other sponsored by the National Watercolor Society. The styles of the instructors (Chris Van Winkle and Cathy Quiel) were quite different but they both offered such inspiration [...]

Chili and the Dumpling – Daily Painting

Wednesday, October 25th, 2006

8 in. x 10 in. Oil on gessoed hardboard SOLD to a collector in New Mexico Sure, they’re an odd couple. Chili, he’s a hotty with a sharp, peppery personality. Dumpling, she’s tender, sweet and rounded in all the right places. But they get along just fine. Maybe you know someone(s) like that? I know [...]

Fall guys

Monday, October 23rd, 2006

“Fall Guys” 6″ x 6″ pastel on paper. A good art buddy brought me this lil punkin last week when she came over to visit, and I thought it was so cute i paired it with a little striped gourd that I had hanging around. It has a Mutt and Jeff quality that I like [...]

Painting a Day – Redwood Cove

Friday, October 20th, 2006

7.5″ x 11″ on 140 lb. watercolor paper Click to bid. Bidding starts at 99 cents for the monthly Nibblefest contest. What’s Nibblefest you may be wondering? It’s a monthly activity in which the objective is to get the most number of bids from different individuals. That’s why the price starts so incredibly low. So [...]

Painting a Day – San Gabriel Sunset

Monday, October 16th, 2006

7″ x 10″ on 140# watercolor paper – from my sketchbook The beautiful San Gabriel Mountains. They’re sleeping right now, but rumor has it that the Sierra Madre fault, which runs along the foothills, could wake at any time, giving us all a wild and rocky ride. Those of us who are foothill-dwellers hope that [...]

Daily Painting – Tujunga valley

Sunday, October 15th, 2006

Watercolor on 140# paper 7″ x 11″ Today one of my plant loving friends offered a potted ficus tree to a good home, and we happily drove over to his hillside home in Tujunga to pick it up. On the way back I was treated to a view of the valley from the vantage point [...]

Near Lake Piru

Thursday, October 12th, 2006

Watercolor on paper – For Sale I posted this so late last night that I didn’t even get time to write anything, sorry. More thoughts on painting later today … work calls …

Daily Painting – Sycamore Sentinel

Wednesday, October 11th, 2006

7″ x 11″ Watercolor on 140# paper SOLD A sycamore at Eaton Canyon in the early fall, the San Gabriel mountains in the background. Do you see the white bird flying in the background over the mountain? It wasn’t intentional, just a little white space left by the twist of my brush as I was [...]

Descanso Grape Arbor

Tuesday, October 10th, 2006

11 x 14″ watercolor on 140# paper This week I was not able to enjoy the company of our paintout group due to work conflicts, so when things settled down in the evening, I finished a painting that I began last week, plein air. It is a view of a pathway at my beloved Descanso [...]

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