54th annual southwestern watercolor society show

Keiko Tanabe is our juror this year, and I am so pleased that she selected New Moon to be part of the show. View all the work at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, August 30 – September 30. The reception is September 24th from 4 – 6, and I would be happy to see you there.

women’s portraits

Juror Kelly E. Mara has invited two of my portraits to be included in her upcoming show, “I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar”. I was unsure about submitting these, because both women are roaring quietly. But both of them are showing strength, in my opinion. I titled the watercolor on the left She Persisted and the […]

second trunk in watercolor

Here is another tree trunk with some knots due to pruning. I really enjoyed doing the final calligraphy on this one, and layering wet on dry glazes. Palette on this one included manganese blue, ultramarine,quinacridone burnt orange, viridian, and lunar black.

watercolor trees

Watercolor is the perfect medium for a series of paintings that has been percolating for a few years now. The subject matter is tree trunks, and how they show or heal over damage from insects, parasites, chainsaws, and so on. A title for this series is giving me a little trouble. “Scars” is too full […]