Category Archives: watercolor

a weekend of art and play with old friends

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Showbiz! a really nice interview in the Chatham Arts Council blog

The Chatham County Arts Council has a lovely new space, new blog, new logo (well, not NEW new, but recent) and a regular feature on their blog–“Meet This Artist.” I’m the one this issue!

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More live oak studies in Texas

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Some card originals

I have been painting lots of watercolor on Fridays. Among my stacks of paper and sketchbooks are some blank greeting cards. It’s fun just to work them the same way I do everything else–lots of layers and waiting for intuitive … Continue reading

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an afternoon at Topsail beach, before the rally in Wilmington

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