Category Archives: watercolor

adventures in blue and yellow – now dry

but this time in paint. They change so much in the first 24 hours and of course scanning is better than handheld photos. First one is a quarter-sheet size – 12″ x 16″, second an eighth or so. Third one … Continue reading

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Light and Clouds

Today I saw an impressive cloud stack to the north while I was driving home: In my rear-view mirror I caught glimpses of the sun and clouds settling to a bright colorful show before sunset. All I could think was … Continue reading

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View to the East

Looking to the east around here often looks something like this: close trees, distant hills (right now with that just coming into pinky-pre-budding color) and then sky. I’ll take it. OK off to do some editing now on two projects.

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Morning in March

Messing around on some paper scraps, sometimes stuff happens.

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Painting for Cheer in Mud Season

Mystery is what happens to us when we allow life to evolve rather than having to make it happen all the time. It is the strange knock at the door, the sudden sight of an unceremoniously blooming flower, an afternoon in the yard, a day of riding the midtown bus. Just to see. Just to notice. Just to be there. — Joan Chittister Continue reading

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