“Cornhusk Treat” received an award of distinction from juror, Paul Jackson, for the Fall Watercolor Society of Oregon show. It is included in a traveling show with the other nineteen award winning watercolors. For November and December, these paintings will hang at the Beaverton Library. The the exhibit will then travel to the Blue Mountain Community College (Pendleton) for January and most of February. The show’s final display will be at the Siuslaw Library (Florence) for the month of March. If these paintings come to your part of the state, try to stop by. It’s an excellent sampling of work by strong artists representing many regions of Oregon.Longhorn cow,watercolor,painting

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About the Author:

I am a Pacific NW Artist painting streams, floral & wildlife. My paintings are known for their brilliant colors, dramatic light and shadow contrast. Water Media Colors I paint with transparent watercolors to capture the vibrant colors of the life around me. Recently, I've been especially drawn to using cattle as the subjects of my art. Designs in nature begin outside my doorstep.

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