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Earth Tone Abstract

Today’s watercolor experiment:

My two previous foray’s into earth-tone paintings were a bit drab and monotonous; I’m not even going to provide links to them. If you really want to see them they both were posted within the past couple of days. 397 more words

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Past Sketches

Today was a busy day. But, I planned for that. It so happens that I was looking through some of my old sketch books in the garage, in a renewed attempt to straighten up. 296 more words

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Sky Practice

For the past couple of days I have been trying to emulate paintings that contain atmospheric conditions such as clouds (Copy) and fire ( 417 more words

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Orange Sky

Today’s watercolor experiment:

I was very happy with yesterday’s experiment, thanks to inspiration by Maurice Sapiro’s Flash Point. So happy in fact, that I tried again today. 295 more words

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I was very impressed by Maurice Sapiro’s latest work called Flash Point. It is a wonderful Turneresque scene. I’ve often wondered how Turner created his color transitions to infuse his work with such drama.   431 more words

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I love portraits, looking at portraits, reading about portrait painters. However, if you take a look at this blog, my available paintings or Pinterest page, you won’t see many paintings including people, faces, or figures. 98 more words

Painting Process

October Leaves, the Process

Here is October Leaves #1.   12″ x 16″ watercolor on 140 # Arches paper.  I’m not sure it’s quite finished yet, I’ll set it up and look at it for a couple of days, but it’s done enough to show you here. 383 more words