These were some of the first watercolor city paintings I did of Colorado. I love their simplicity in color and style. The originals have sold, but prints are now available at SummitRidge Etsy!
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This year I was unable to go to the Outer Banks (North Carolina) for my family reunion. I instead painted a small painting of the dunes over-looking the ocean. I know I have spoken about this before (about why I love painting maps and landscapes), but I truly do believe as we create we transport […]
Here is a new series of rock watercolors I am currently working on using three colors, Charcoal, Sepia, and Indigo. These are the same colors I use to render my vintage watercolor maps. I love the play of warm and cool monotones with the shadows of the rocks. Each watercolor is original, not a print, […]
From the Colorado Collection: Rocky Mountain Silhouette As the snow develops over the mountains, the sky turns white, the peaks of the mountains turn soft while snow gathers on the crevices. Rendered in dark wood stain and white acrylic paint on 1/8″ plywood; Varnished with a glossy UV protective finish Size is 12×24″ in two […]