“Green Carousel” (ink drawing; digital color) 6″ x 6″ drawing on paper.
I’ve been a little fascinated with digital color application for over two years now. This little ink drawing has hatch marks (linear value) and when I drop digital color in an area, it spreads unevenly. I’m not a digital artist, just someone who learned to drop color into shapes–enjoying the outcome, especially when it’s unpredictable.
“Night Plants” (watercolor on paper; 7″ x 10″)
This took me so long to post! I have a new scanner, and not being very techy, I struggled to get it hooked up. Then, after learning to use the scanner, I had to figure out how to “find” the image on my computer, then figure out how to convert the image to a jpg. There’s got to be an easier way.
This little drawing is imaginary, of course–just shapes that emerged as I painted.
“Finding Yourself” (watercolor & watercolor crayons on 6″ x 6″ watercolor paper).
This started as non-objective and ended with a figure emerging.
“Ribbons” (7″ x 10″ watercolor work-in-progress)
An older painting of a chicken that I added more color to today. I think she’s looking ready to party.
“A Storm is Coming” (watercolor on watercolor paper, 7″ x 4″)
playing with washes and gradations…
“Horse Dancing in the Moonlight” (mixed media: watercolor on Yupo, collage, watercolor painting) 10″ x 10″
This little piece just returned from a N.A.W.A. exhibition in Florida. I added epoxy to protect the surface, and it will be in the silent auction at
NLAC’s Blend on the Bayou, May 7th.