While in Oceanside, CA in early September with my friends, I did plein air daily. We were right on the ocean, with the most beautiful views. This is one of several small watercolor paintings on watercolor paper that I did while there.
(in private collection)
En Plein Air in Oceanside, CA (watercolor on paper)
(ink pen & watercolor) Loved “dragging” the watercolor here and there while finding new shapes.
(ink pen w/watercolor) I love to let the pen guide me through the composition, finding shapes and linking objects. Color is always secondary.
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!