Acrylic on canvas, 16″ x 20″
Watercolor painting of a white dahlia. The simple elegance of nature always inspires.
The man in the hat and scarf has either demons chasing him or he’s up against some serious wind.
24″ x 30″ Acrylic on canvas. Black floater frame.
From the Abstracted Landscape Series. I used the primary colors of red, yellow and blue, with the green coming mainly from the mixing of yellow and blue. A touch of white and some dark color added for depth. A male face appeared out of the whites that reminds me of a Wind God, which is how I arrived at the title.
Alpine Vista, 36″ x 40″ Acrylic on canvas. Black floater frame.
Another in the Abstracted Landscape Series. When I was working on this painting, an artist friend of mine pointed out the snow covered huts/houses at the base of the hill along the shoreline. A happy occurrence I did not expect.
24″ x 36″ Acrylic on Ampersand Claybord. Metallic brushed silver frame.
25″ x 31″ Watercolor on paper, white mat, light wood frame.
I started this painting by pouring watercolor paint and then building up areas with a brush. The white lupine pedals were masked before I started, so the white of the paper would become the flowers
Garden Series #8 25″ x 36″ Watercolor on paper. White mat and light wood frame.
Part of the garden series. I watched this front yard garden grow every year for a few years when I lived in Sunnyvale, Ca. This garden inspired a number of on location paintings and paintings from reference photos. The lady that owned this property had a wonderful green thumb.