To say “Oh, just buy these colors and you won’t have trouble” is not how artists work. There are dozens and dozens of colors available, and the ones I personally use, may not be available next week! Secondly, artists do not tend to choose colors based on practicality, they choose colors that make their hearts … Continue reading Choosing Your Colors In Any Art Medium
Become a guitar ace with this beautiful watercolor painting adorned with actual guitar chords you can practice with! Rendered in professional watercolors of deep blues, greens and purples, and contrasted with the curves of a dreadnought acoustic guitar, this picture will be sure to please any guitar player! The painting is landscape 8×10 inches … Continue reading Guitar Ace – Original Watercolor Painting
This is an original painting created on location (en plein air) in Portland, Oregon. I was standing on Powell Butte, looking toward the volcano, Mt. Hood. The painting was created with professional grade oil paint on canvas panel. This is a small painting at 8 inches by 6 inches, it comes with an easel back … Continue reading Painting of Mt. Hood
Sun shining through the trees with a silhouette of a man walking on the beach in Washougal, Washington. This is an original painting that was created on location (en plein air) using professional grade acrylics on an 8"x6" canvas panel. The panel has an easel back for easy display on a shelf or desk.
Sun is shining through the trees in this beautiful atmospheric painting. This is an original painting created on location in Portland, Ore. Professional acrylics were used. This painting is 8"x6". It comes with an easel back for easy display.
Original oil painting of bell that is located in Portland, Oregon. Small original oil painting at 5 inches by 7 inches. Plein air, Impressionism. Story about the bell: In 1990, the people of Ulsan, South Korea had given its sister city, Portland, a replica of an ancient Asian temple bell. This bell is displayed at … Continue reading Sister City Bell of Portland Oregon
Yay! Finally a watercolor sketch that kinda worked! I am using a mixed media sketchbook of questionable quality. I purchased it because it was affordable, and I wanted to abuse it with watercolors and bang out ideas. It was not meant for my type of artistic endevours, however, something that remotely looks good on … Continue reading Watercolor Sketchbook