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Sunday, November 17, 2019

watercolor 
17" x 17"
landscape

Having some fun with this format and size.  As soon as I showed this one to the owner of Hoosier Highlander (Renee Rosignol) she bought it.  Since Hoosier Highlander is a local Frame, Art Supply and Stationery Store in Highland,  I couldn't wait to see how she would frame it.  I like what she picked.  If you live locally, go and check it out.  Tell her I sent you,.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Pumpkin Patch

watercolor
17" x 17"

After a fun day in the country and out on a hay ride, I was able to check out the pumpkins and take some photos of them.  Thought I would start painting some of them.

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Sunflowers

watercolor
17" x 17"
floral

Nothing like painting silk sunflowers.  These are actually pens that I made for my students.  We were painting sunflowers at the beginning of October and they did a great job so they were given a little treat...enjoy.   Happy Fall...Today is Halloween and it is actually snowing and it is all white.  I am sure the trick or treaters will still be out.  Nothing will stop anyone from getting chocolate.  At least the snow will make it lighter out this dark night.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Mini Fall Seriews

watercolor
5" x 7"
Landscape

I recently finished a winter mini series which includes 40  -   5" x 7" so now I decided to work on a fall series.  It probably won't contain 40 watercolors....watch and see.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Zinnias

watercolor
floral

It's sad to see that the flowers are ending their season....  but to everything, there is a time.
Thanks for your beauty this summer.  I look forward to planting more of you next spring.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

The Warmth of Fall

watercolor
15" x 28"
landscape

Fall is in the air...soon the leaves will be changing colors and begin to fall....It's time for a new color palette.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Chicago Street Shadows

watercolor
14" x 21"
cityscape

The Streets of Chicago are so interesting....from the people who you see walking them to the shadows created by the "L" trains above.  My Kind of Town.