Category Archives: Watercolors
I finally got around to taking some photos of my sketches from my last staycation. Some of these aren’t very good photos but they’re the best my iPad could do. We’re preparing to move so this is my final staycation … Continue reading
Here’s my annual summer painting of a jetty in Ocean City, NJ. Summer Jetty, plein air, watercolor, about 8×11” on Hahnemuhle paper.
Every summer my wife takes our kids to visit her family and I get stuck at home taking care of all our animals. I get a week of not having to cook or parent and as much time as I … Continue reading
I haven’t been painting lately and have had a lot on my mind so these felt stiff. 5 minute warm up. Similar pose as the warm up. Slower. More controlled. Disappointing so I stopped and tried to change gears. I … Continue reading
I’m still trying at figure group. I like the short poses to explore and be courageous. That’s a lot of fun. But for the long pose I keep trying to be more academic and controlled. I want to take the … Continue reading
Two 5 minute poses to start. Then 20 minute poses the rest of the morning.
5 minute warm up 10 minute pose 20 minute poses And a 10 minute drawing to end the day
At figure group today I was front and center for the pose. I knew I was going to do single drawings for each of the 20 minute sessions rather than one long drawing today. I thought I’d move after each … Continue reading
This morning I painted the same tide pool I’ve painted several times before. The snowy owl is still here and hanging out on the refuge headquarters’ roof in the parking lot.