It’s just gotta be spring. Better weather and longer afternoons/evenings. I am spending my days out of doors gardening and walking, instead of painting and posting to the web. Here’s the painting that should have gone up a few days back for #Caturday and #CloverGreen #colour_collective
I have been using watercolor paper as the background for this series of acrylic paintings. The paper has a nicely smooth texture for the paint that makes slide onto the paper. I can then build up lots of color as a glaze layers.
Continuing experiments with acrylic paints. I have been using matte medium, since I don’t like the sheen and plastic-feel of acrylics. I could use Acrylic gouache, but I am not wild about the lack of intensity of the colors in most acrylic gouache – and there is the cost. Why is acrylic gouache so darned […]
Summer in the South means that everything is green and thriving. I grew up on the desert, dodging tumbleweeds and squinting into the glare. The richness and color of a Southern summer just amazes me.
Dandelions can be weeds or gorgeous, amazing flowers. Your viewpoint depends mostly on how your lawn. My lawn is so shady that even dandelions don’t stand a chance. I’ve grown over the years to have a deep affection for them. Gouache painting: 8″ x 8″
Well, it’s not actually raining in the painting, but it has been raining here for 5 days straight, which is odd since I am neither in Seattle nor London. The good news is that I have gotten a lot of painting done while being stuck inside. This is the first of a series of 8″ x […]
The pods are ripening on the mimosa trees. Mimosas are the most fabulous and underrated trees in the south. The the summer, they are covered with Pink and white brushy puffs and then in the falls, they get pods. Not sure what the leaf is from. I grabbed it on the same walk and liked […]