Lessons from the Great Masters Day 14 – 20.7.15 matted and framed
In July 2015 working my way through Tony Smibert and Joyce Townsend’s Tate Watercolour Manual: Lessons from the Great Masters, this lesson was titled Painting onto coloured paper: watercolour heightened with gouache. The book was introduced to me by my friend the inspiring artist and teacher Debi Riley from Perth Australia. Thanks again Debi 🙂
“imbued with possibilities” matted and framed
To see the evolution of the painting and the explanation of its title visit July 3,2016.
Vimy Wood matted and framed
Monbazillac matted and framed
One of the twelve snippets of palettes and paintings I featured in brought to you by the color green
, a color that needs to be celebrated and championed this week more than ever.
Point Lobos variation matted and framed for yesterday’s Arbor Day
The Weekly Photo Challenge from Cheri today asks us to “share an image that means “earth” to you,” for upcoming Earth Day. This photographic detail of my painting of Cypress Alleyway, which I have already featured on thechangingpalette more than once, is my way of celebrating an earthly magical place that I shall never forget.
Glen Canyon Study #1 watercolour, pen and ink 13.03.17
Glen Canyon Study #2 Pen and Ink 13.3.17
Kitsilano in the snow #2
Inspired by a magical morning on Kitsilano Beach after the snowfall before Xmas, which I posted about in backdrop to a life: part 2
and which was also the inspiration for the first of the year
The Gift of the Four Treasures
has once again weaved its magic spell with the superpower
that resides in its brushes and ink.
Looks like the beginning of a new series for a new year.