This painting developed from a photo that I snapped on a walk. This Victorian stood empty for a long time. The nasturtiums took over the front porch creating a delightful subject for a painting. Since I painted this, the porch has been rebuilt, the nasturtiums have been removed, and the house has been put up for sale.
I love when we drive past the plowed fields along Highway 20 heading west from Williams, California.
This small painting was painted on Yupo, a synthetic paper made out of recycled plastic.
When we travel to and from Sacramento we pass Sutter Buttes on Highway I5.
This watercolor painting is 7″ by 10″ and on 140 pound Lanquarelle cotton block paper.
I painted these 3 small paintings over this past rainy weekend. They are each 3″ by 3″ and were painted on 140 pound cotton Lanaquarelle block.
Hydrangeas in Vase
Welcome to my art blog! This is a watercolor painting of an Anemone that was growing in our coastal Northern California garden. This painting is 9″ by 12″. The paper is The Langton Prestige and is 140 pound weight, cotton. The paint that I used is mostly paint made by Daniel Smith in Seattle, Washington.