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Poppy Garden – sketchbook watercolor

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

“Poppy Garden” – approx 9 x 12 watercolor Tuesday afternoon I had the opportunity to join my friend Wendee for some sketching and painting in a nearby garden that is filled with billows of California poppies. Do you detect a seasonal theme here? I didn’t have time for a big painting but I wanted to [...]

Fun Zone (LA County Fair) – National Watercolor Society 2008 painting – Karen Winters

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

Fun Zone – 20″ x 22″ – watercolor on paper Well, I didn’t think it could happen two years in a row, and with such different styles and subject matter, but, happily, it did. I just got my notification in the mail that this painting has been accepted to the 2008 National Watercolor Society All [...]

A Spring Walk – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Thursday, March 13th, 2008

A Spring Walk – 9 x 12 – watercolor sketch This one is a little bit from real life, and a little bit from imagination. I embellished the wildflower strewn meadows just a tad beyond reality, but if you don’t tell, I won’t. Ah, springtime. Our peach tree is in bloom, magnolias are covered with [...]

Warm Welcome – Glendale – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Monday, March 3rd, 2008

“Warm Welcome” Approx 13″ x 10″ watercolor SOLD This is another in the series of paintings I’m working on for the Artists of the Canyon show at the Chevy Chase Country Club, opening March 14. I don’t paint architecture too often, but I enjoy it when I do. This time, my objective was to remember [...]

Mountain Lake – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

“Spring Thaw at a Mountain Lake” 11 x 14 watercolor Although it may seem that I’ve been missing in action, I’ve been busily working on many deadlines for different shows, and now some of that is behind me. Other deadlines loom, but they’re at a manageable distance. I took a little time tonight to work [...]

Hillside Dancers

Monday, February 18th, 2008

“Hillside Dancers” 5 x 7 watercolor on paper As spring approaches, the rain makes the colors all run together, wildly coursing down the hillside. Thalo and gamboge, sap green and ochres … all rushing headlong in a vernal frenzy.

Tulip Magnolia – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Saturday, February 9th, 2008

Tulip Magnolia – 7.25 x 7.25 inches – watercolor SOLD The magnolias have arrived in all their glory. A procession of bloom should follow for a month or so, so I’m going to make the most of it while I can. In some parts of town the trees are in full bloom, while in other [...]

Foo Dog

Wednesday, February 6th, 2008

While I work on some large paintings, here’s a small watercolor sketch of a lion dog, also known as a foo dog. It is one of two guardians of the new Chinese garden, opening very soon at the Huntington Library and Gardens in San Marino. According to

Blue Heron – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Friday, February 1st, 2008

“Blue Heron” – 5 x 7 watercolor on paper SOLD There’s an eBay activity going on right now Feb 1 – Feb 7 called SFA (Small Format Art.) The monthly theme is “bird” so I painted this and will put it up for auction tomorrow unless I get it done tonight, which I might. It [...]

At a Lavender Farm – Karen Winters Daily Painting

Monday, January 28th, 2008

“At a Lavender Farm” 5 x 7 mixed media (watercolor and acrylic) We have some friends who live in northern California who own a lavender farm. The climate is perfect for growing this beautiful fragrant plant. The plants actually grow in more regular rows than this, but I sort of like the wild blowsy look.

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