Last but not least… Water Painting #5! (part 3)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCI thought I was totally done with my series called “WATER.” But when I pulled #5 out of the drying rack to photograph it, the colors just looked a little weak compared to the other five in this series. So yesterday I added some highlights and have declared it […]

water painting #6

Export to PDF | Export to DOCOne of the elements I’m trying to create in each of my WATER paintings is the feeling that the grasses are gently moving in the breeze. Our neighbors have some of these same grasses at the end of their driveway, so every time I drive, run, or walk past […]

celebrating the summer solstice while painting Water #6

So many grasses to paint on “water #6.” This painting is inspired from the shores of Lake Michigan.

painting what’s not really there (water painting #6)

Here’s the latest photos of my progress on Water Painting #6–a scene inspired from the shores of Lake Michigan.

Painting more shadows in the grass (Water Painting #5)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCToday marks the end of my FIVE PAINTINGS in FIVE WEEKS personal challenge. How I’d do? Well… I do NOT have five complete paintings, however, I do have six paintings that are all very close to being finished. So I would say that this crazy deadline has helped me […]

10 days and counting…(water painting #6)

I have ten days left to finish my challenge called “Five Paintings in Five weeks” Here’s photos of Water Painting #6:…

enjoying the heat while painting “water #6”

“Some like it hot. Some like it HOT.” I like it HOT, so lucky me, it’s 84 degrees in my studio while I’m painting today. Which comes in handy since I’m painting beach scenes.

thinking about orphan care while painting “water #5”

Here’s a painting from some photos I took in Saugatuck, Michigan. My blog post today shows progress of the water painting I’m calling “#5.”