Tag Archives: painting
Feeling-Related Watercolor: Surprise (2016)
Feeling-Related Watercolor: Fear of Flying (2017)
Mike-Related Watercolor: Helping Hand (2014)
I went to one of Mike’s Christmas parties once. It was at the Elks Club. Mike wore a nice jacket. He needs a bit of help to get some snacks.
Feeling-Related Watercolor: Pain – Shattered Space (2016)
Artist-Inspired Watercolors: #1 – After Kandinsky (2016)
Artist-Inspired Watercolors: From Little Tree… After Paul Klee (2016)
In reviewing some of the watercolors I painted years ago. I spent considerable time sorting and categorizing them. The first group in this series of re-posts includes paintings inspired by my favorite artists. Bauhaus Master Paul Klee is one of my favorite visual artists whose painting ‘Little Tree Amid the Shrubbery’ prompted me to paint […]
Sketch Book Series: Frontispiece (January 2011)
Bauhaus Master Paul Klee might disagree, but for 500 years ago, Albrect Durer nailed it.
Figure Drawing and Tinting during Quarantine
I am happy to have been able to combine my ink sketching with my watercolor painting. I am working with a 12×9″ block of watercolor paper, so it is easy to prepare ink drawings at home during quarantine. This was difficult during the days of working.
Yellow Leaves in the Back Yard