Monthly Archives: June 2016

Dotti’s Pebble Beach Surf

My Mom ADORED the Carmel and Monterey area. I know she would have lived there in a heartbeat! She and my Sister spent summers there for years, staying in a home of a dear friend who moved to Lake Tahoe … Continue reading

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Dotti’s French Village

  Since it’s Summer time, I thought I’d post one of Mom’s vacation paintings. Mom loved to travel in Europe, especially France and England. She enjoyed going to art museums in the big cities and meandering through the countryside looking … Continue reading

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Dotti’s Dune Grass

  Mom was always adventurous. She liked to change up her painting techniques to keep from getting bored with just one style. For example, last week’s post was an acrylic she did using thick paint applied with cut-up credit cards. … Continue reading

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Dotti’s Cannery Row

Today I am posting an acrylic painting of Mom’s that I absolutely love. She painted the whole thing with a cut up credit card! It depicts an old boat yard on Cannery Row in Monterey. Our family used to wander … Continue reading

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Dotti’s Carmel Cliffs

Mom liked this watercolor she painted of the Carmel Cliffs so much that she kept it in the front hallway where it could be seen as you walked in the front door. She was happy with the colorful rocks, the … Continue reading

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