Sunday, June 14, 2009

We Miss Them Every Day!

Franklin D. Cast (Dandy)



Malcolm A. Glovier (Papa)

In Memory Our Beloved Fathers on This Father's Day

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Yellow Boat

9" x 12" Watercolor on 140lb Paper
This is another watercolor study on reflections for my advance beginner/intermediate class. Its colorful palette made it so enjoyable to paint. Our class has concluded and we had a great time learning about color theory, painting reflections and how to interpret in watercolor the local scenery here on the east coast. My workshops take place at the Delmarva Discovery Center on the Pocomoke river.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Shelltown Dock

11"x 15" Watercolor 300 lb Cold Press Paper
This is a local working dock that we often pass when we are out boating. It is charming even today but my goal in painting it is to portray it as it might have been back in the sixties. This is a painting that I did for my advanced beginner/intermediate class. My current students are such a congenial group, having taken several class series' from me at the Delmarva Discovery Center. They enjoy one another and are quite serious about learning all about watercolor painting. Maybe you should consider some art classes! It can change your life. I hope you enjoy the painting. Painting and prints available.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Chloe

Watercolor on 140 lb. Paper
This one was lots of fun to do. This is a painting of Chloe, our 4 month old cocker spaniel. Yes, she actually does have eyebrows! She is adorable and has finally convinced our 6 year old clumber spaniel that she is pretty loveable. We had to keep them separated for almost two months while he adjusted to her. That's another story and one that is too lengthy to go into! I hope you like this painting as much as I do.