My latest painting of a roadrunner is inspired by a beautiful photograph by Erica Lea. She recounts that she was chasing a butterfly with her camera when this Greater Roadrunner hopped on a fencepost to announce to the world that she was pestering him, and watch out! I was drawn to its attitude and couldn’tContinue reading “Roadrunner”
I feel so honored that my work “Black Lives Matter” is featured on the cover of Skipping Stones magazine this quarter, a nonprofit youth publication that offers a forum for communication among children from different lands and backgrounds. Christina writes: “As President Abraham Lincoln once said, ‘I don’t like that man. I must get toContinue reading “Black Lives Matter”
In August, I rejoined The Studio Door, this time as a regular exhibiting artist. I just updated the wall with my new work and I’m so happy with the way it looks.
Sketching with charcoal is fun, but I missed the color. Here are my first experiments with laying down colored texture layers in acrylic and drawing my subjects in charcoal on top of those.
More fun with watercolor mixed media. This one is inspired by the Bald Eagle.
I had almost forgotten how much fun it was to work with Watercolor Mixed Media. This one was inspired by a Little Blue Heron.