Category Archives: Drawing

Reynolda Gardens Meadow- Community Day

September 25th, 2016 was the official unveiling of a series of educational signs that I designed for the Reynolda Gardens Meadow.  The four signs are featured below:  introduction, birds, plants, and pollinators.  Go see them on display in the meadow!  … Continue reading

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Greenhill Gallery Open Review

Recent work, simply described as:  botanical, observational, and biographical.  There are 13 images that were created together and are connected by more than their proximity of creation date.  There’s a narrative based on the following passage: The grass withers, the … Continue reading

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Beach Scenes in watercolor

The summer of 2o14, I was able to go to the beach two times. On the first trip, I was afforded the opportunity to stay in a friend’s home that was on the sound side.  There at the doorstep was … Continue reading

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Brushstrokes

When I begin the watercolor class at Sawtooth, we talk about brushstrokes. In this post I have included two masters from Japan: Hokusai and Jakuchu. Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) is well known for his views of Mt. Fuji series. The example … Continue reading

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