Posts filed under: Paintings

Paintings

Collection of all paintings ones for myself, ones for study and ones for sale!

Interview: Marc Taro Holmes

Marc and I are doing the 30×30 directwatercolor challenge for the month of June this year and I am honored to have been asked to join him. This year it... Read More

30×30

2019 is the third year of Direct Watercolor Challenge – a challenge that Marc Taro Holmes pioneered. Marc and I will co-host the #directwatercolor2019 on Facebook. Like every year, the... Read More

Dissection

This is a technical article. If dissecting a painting takes away the fun of seeing one, this article is not for you. There are others that are non-technical and I... Read More

First Oils

When you see the warm clouds on background of cool, dark sky, be honest, you’ve wondered if oils would make painting this scene easier than watercolors. Every time I’ve thought... Read More

Review: Framebridge

I chose to frame with Framebridge after seeing their ads on Instagram. This I did in October, where I chose frames for the artwork and paid for the framing in... Read More

CHOKING

CHOKING – When painting becomes a spectator sport Painting is traditionally a private task where most of the background work for a particular piece happens inside the artist’s brain or... Read More

June already?!

What happened? I am complaining about June happening so fast on August 2, 2018. This is the fastest year ever and despite that speed, it has been a most giving... Read More

30x30directwatercolor2018

What is #30x30DirectWatercolor2018? PAINT 30 watercolors in 30 days, from June 1-30 2018. POST your paintings in our new Facebook group. We’d like to centralize the discussion around this group, to spare our... Read More

Studio work – Feb’18

Don’t have a step by step of this half sheet painting. It was done in 2 washes, separated by a week and all that entails in a week of life.... Read More

Santa Cruz

  Are we not talking global warming anymore? Early February in California used to be the time I used to swear at winter (I get the entitlement this statement oozes... Read More