Unraveled is a watercolor painting, an abstracted drawing with various scenes woven together. It was juried into the NAWA and NAWA-FL exhibition “Daydreaming” presented at the Coral Springs Museum of Art, Coral Springs, FL, September 22 – November 17, 2018.
“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.
To my beautiful daughter Meg, who has blessed my life with love and happiness. Happy Birthday!
This is an older drawing from 2013. It’s an ink drawing with watercolor, a way of working that I still love to do.
I put pen to paper and draw, allowing whatever images to evolve. “Upside Down, Downside Up” is on paper, approximately 14″ x 20″.
“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.
“Louisiana Sky” (mixed media: collage, watercolor, clear epoxy)
The little horse painting was done several years ago. The collage pieces are from a large painting that didn’t work. I used attached the collage pieces to a cradled wooden panel (my newest interest) and sealed it with an epoxy. This little 8″ x 8″ piece will be available at NLAC’s Blend on the Bayou silent auction, May 7th.
Midnight Dance is a small (5″ x 8″) watercolor on paper. It began as a simple drawing of a horse, then washes were added and the dancers just seemed to appear. They celebrate life even through its darkest moments.