WATERCOLOR

Artist Statement

I really enjoy both alcohol inks and watercolor and am happy switching back and forth between them.  I prefer painting people using watercolor and using alcohol inks for landscapes and flowers.  I see a looser style emerging in my watercolors since I have been working with the alcohol inks. I am also experimenting combining the two, learning what works best, using the fact that the alcohol and water do not mix to create interesting results. 

Pensive
11" x 15" (Unframed) Watercolor on 300# paper.
Brown Eyed Girl
9 x 12" (Unframed). Watercolor on 300# paper.
Hiding
15" x 11" (Unframed) Watercolor on 300# paper.
Comfort
11" x 15" (Unframed) Watercolor on 300# paper.
Tiger
15" x 11" (Unframed) Watercolor on 300# paper.
I'm Listening
11" x 15" (Unframed) Watercolor on 300# paper.
Beach Chair
Spot on the beach , watercolor on paper; 15 x 22 (unframed)
Mother & Child
12" x 9" (Unframed). Watercolor on Yupo paper.
Umbrella
5" x 7" (Unframed). Watercolor on 300# paper.
Good Beach
10" x 8" (Unframed). Watercolor on board.
Boat
10" x 8" (Unframed). Watercolor on 300 #paper.
Worried Smoker
Watercolor on paper; 9 x 12 (unframed)
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