On my father’s Masons plate (I’ve enjoyed them so much he sent me one). 11″x14″, watercolor on cradled aqua board panel.
I painted this little decorative elephant and bell in anticipation of the festive holiday iteration of roving watercolor class. (This particular course is full but you can browse 2018 courses here.)
8″x8″, watercolor on cradled watercolor panel. From my series of autumn roses (which, on one hand, had been sneaking up since January, still it caught me by surprise, I had never been so interested in roses) at Studio Hop in Providence, RI (401-621-2262).
It was E. who taught me to put herbs in a vase! Masons plate courtesy of my dad.
Tomorrow, Saturday September 23 from 10-2, I’ll be at the Providence Artisans Market next to Hope Street Farmers Market. I’ll bring this painting along with others, information about classes and an art materials kit sample. I am looking forward to painting some beautiful something from the market.
Quick sketch at Lorraine fabrics on Mineral Spring Ave in Pawtucket, RI.
found this in my sketchbook from last week, exploring the color and pattern in a Bonnard painting.