I started this painting last weekend, working from a photo. An old one, that I took during a drive from Cincinnati to Coumbus, OH.
I'm still thinking about it. You can see an earlier iteration here.
Anyhow, it is quin burnt orange, prussian blue, indian yellow, and van dyck brown on fabriano 300 lb rough paper.
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January 14, 2018 at 05:14PM
Getting these pieces ready to head on out. #watercolor #fb #art #sold
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January 11, 2018 at 08:39PM
We Will Welcome Spring.
(If you live in Cincinnati, you should pencil that in--Northminster Fine Arts Fair, Sunday, February 3rd)
And, one of the posts from earlier today was a draft of this painting that I did as a greeting card. You can see that here. I didn't stay quite true to my smaller painting, but I like the larger one better.
We will definitely welcome spring. It has been brutally cold here for a few days and it is supposed to continue that way through at least the weekend.
It is Prussian blue, quin red, and permanent yellow deep on Kilimanjaro 300 lb paper, cold press.
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January 03, 2018 at 06:51PM
Drafting a #landscape. Same palette as my last floral. These cards are an awkward size to scale so I still thinking..... #painteveryday #watercolor
Drafting a #landscape. Same palette as my last floral. These cards are an awkward size to scale, so I still thinking..... #painteveryday #watercolor
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January 03, 2018 at 03:34PM
Living dangerously with 3 colors. #painteveryday #watercolor #art #fb
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January 01, 2018 at 04:44PM
Young Shingle Oak in Two Colors
I have been remiss about posting for a while. I've been painting, I just haven't been getting things up here. I just reset something that will send my paintings from Instagram to post, but I'm still debating if I want to even try that. What do you think?
Some other exciting things that have happened--new phone! Why should you care? The quality of my pics from my phone are significantly improved. I'm so excited.
I did a show at Urban Artifact in early December, and will be at Northminster in early November.
And, in case you're wondering--this is only two colors--indigo and quin burnt orange. Then I tried Prussian Blue and burnt orange, which you can see here.
I've painted my shingle oak once before--you can see that painting here.
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December 31, 2017 at 04:01PM
Two colors, again. #Watercolor #abstract #landscape
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December 31, 2017 at 02:37PM
No. 9--The last roses of the season.
We've been flirting with a hard freeze in s. Ohio and I had to turn on the heat in the house last week. That means not too much is left blooming, but one of the things that are (was) is a tea rose that has gotten its second wind.
This is the 9th in a series of 100 bouquets--you can start to work back through the series at No. 8, No. 7, No. 6, No. 5, No. 4 (not on my blog), No. 3, No. 2, and No. 1. Whew. Considering that I started last March, this may take a while. Luckily, there's no deadline, it's just something I'm plugging away at doing.
It's Prussian blue, rose madder permanent, permanent yellow deep, and nickel azo yellow (all Daniel Smith) on Fabriano 140 lb cold press paper.
It was also all done w/ one brush--a 1 inch isobey sable (flat). I used to only paint with a round, but lately, I only paint with a flat. I couldn't even tell you why.
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October 28, 2017 at 05:49PM
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