Monthly Archives: December 2010
I’ve sketched the portrait of the young child, and will post it later this week. The finished painting will be about 11″ by 11.”
A star over Bethlehem… angels sang praise.. shepherds left their flocks to see the newborn King! What a glorious night… when Love came down to earth… what a priceless Gift! Thank you, Father! Grace and Peace to all!
After the Holidays, I will start a watercolor portrait of a baby. I will post photos of the progress on the painting on this website. I’ve finished the sketch and will post it later today. I hope you enjoy following this process!
The watercolor painting of dancers in beautiful traditional dresses of Oaxaca is finished. The painting is colorful… a real feast for the eyes! To view the painting, go to http://fineartamerica.com/featured/oaxaca-dancers-marilyn-jacobson.html The painting will be matted and framed, with Museum quality glass. It … Continue reading
This was such a fun moment for the Martinez girls, that I asked to paint the scene. I love the result, which is more of an expression of their joyful emotion than a portrait.
This is the first dancer of the Commissioned Watercolor Painting. He is wearing a large headpiece made of feathers. To each side, there are three women, each wearing a traditional dress from a different Region of Oaxaca. There is much … Continue reading
“Luz and Me” has been double matted, framed and mailed! The concept of the painting was suggested by my client. I sketched two options, and he chose the pose which is in the final painting. Although this was a challenge, … Continue reading