I’ve always had a deep passion for watercolor painting. There’s something magical about how the pigments glide across the paper and create vibrant, translucent colors. Over the years, I’ve experimented with various techniques and materials to enhance my artwork.
“I don’t know until I do it” is the way to look at art without making it mechanical. If you don’t know and you get surprised, then the viewer will be surprised. In this video, I talk about the different watercolor brushes I use. Plus, I work on a painting showing some of my watercolor […]
Adding A Painterly Look To Line Art Sketches I recently discovered one of my old sketchbooks, a Pamco Field Sketcher. It is a pocket-sized sketchbook that I’ve had probably since the ’70s or early ’80s. When I opened it up, I found all these drawings that are so related to what I do now. In […]
The faces begin to talk in a different language: the language of a different color. https://youtu.be/BmRhW6gJo3U I’m continuing with my series of monochromatic paintings in watercolor. As I create more of these pieces, they also continue to evolve. I find that as I continue exploring this series in monochromatic colors, I want to pool complementary […]
A Watercolor Painting Series When I first started this series of monochromatic heads, I was concerned with more monochromatic, or one color, variations of color and variations of value. It was an important part of the idea. As I progressed along, I made several variations. On a couple of them I even made them pop […]
“I think trees are the best sculptures in the world” – Dick Crispo The Rhythm of the Trees is a series of black and white, India ink paintings. They were originally done for linoleum cut studies. But I liked them as they were, so I continued making them. This series deals with the rhythms in […]