Monthly Archives: February 2013
We spent our first sunny morning in Milano at a neighborhood Farmer’s Market. The fresh fruits and veggies were arrayed like jewels in the booths. The lettuces, including a pale pale green Castelfranco flecked with red and the deep burgundy … Continue reading
This week, Italy is voting for a new government and the Church in Rome is selecting a new Pope – a historic time to be here! You could argue that the painting I’m posting has a connection to both events. … Continue reading
We’re spending the next two months in Italy which means I will have subjects to paint everywhere I turn. The challenge will be in the choosing! This is a sketch of the Castello Sforzesco in Milan. It was really difficult … Continue reading
I didn’t have time to paint this week, so I thought I’d post this photo of the family Art Critic! She’s a Manx, so she comes by that short tail naturally. She always “helps” me photograph my paintings.
Here is another watercolor done in the style of Carole Marine. This time I attempted to paint a still life using a minimum number of brush strokes.
I discovered Daily Paintworks through Carole Marine’s Blog. I love her sense of color and design. It was fun to try turning one of her oil paintings into a watercolor!