Monthly Archives: February 2012
This may be the final painting. I decided to bring back the foreground wave, and expose some sand and reflections from the rocks. This strengthens the composition, and helps ground the rocks.
Here is an ocean painting in progress. It’s watercolor on yupo, and quite a challenge. I’ll let the painting dry and look at it again after the weekend. It is difficult to achieve dark colors on yupo, a very slippery … Continue reading
Here is a sketch with watercolor pencil of a father and son at the beach. I may try a watercolor later. I need to work on the perspective of the ocean waves, so it won’t look like they’re about to … Continue reading
For the second year, the Northstar Watercolor Society will host a spring mini-show and fund-raiser to support Second Harvest Heartland. Artists are invited to submit one “mini” painting that has a maximum outside dimension of 12 by 12 inches. The … Continue reading
A picture of me with my painting “And He Called His Name Jesus” at the artist’s reception of the Seeing God Juried Art Exhibit. Beautiful art. I’m one of 29 artists selected to participate.