My watercolor process in a time-lapse video of "Late Summer Splendor".
"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
Phase one of my sunflower watercolor: painting the background and petals. http://youtu.be/0onATYStamQ
I'm pleased to share that my painting, "Cornhusk Treat", has been accepted into the Watercolor Society of Oregon Fall Show! Thank you, Juror Paul Jackson. Mount Hood Community College Visual Arts Gallery will exhibit the 80 selected paintings for this transparent watercolor show. Opening reception will be on Oct. 6, and the show will run Oct. 3-30.
A Western Love of Color will continue through August 31, at Pendleton Art + Frame gallery. The source material for Reflections, (watercolor, 28" x 25") is from the Tamanawas Falls Trail, located in the Mt. Hood National Forest.
The Fey Longhorn Ranch (Yamhill, Oregon) have magnificent cattle. The appealing nature of this cow receiving a leafy snack from her owner caught my eye. Cornhusk Treat, watercolor, 19" x 25", unframed
My visual ode to backyard gardens is Eat a Rainbow, 15' x 19" (unframed), original watercolor. I'm looking forward to later this summer, when I can harvest my own jewel-colored vegetables.
Sage Cow (watercolor, 26" x 34") is part of my cattle series for the Western Love of Color, the show at Pendleton Art & Frame in Pendleton, Oregon. The exhibit will run July 7 through August 31, and the Opening Reception is July 7, 5-7 pm. Please join us...I'd love to see you!
The cast shadows haven't been painted yet, so the appearance of floating vegetables will soon change. Onions and garlic need to be completed. I love the jewel-like hues that can be achieved transparent watercolors.