The landscape still looked drab as spring tried to charge through winter’s long occupation. The Dells were visiting for a few days. Natalia basked in the camp rocker and Rachelle read. Chas and Nate were fishing and having no success with the powerful strong flow of the Piedra River. I found a spot along the eroded shoreline and let my feet dangle off the small … Continue reading Rocks
“Surrender” Only small pockets of aspens hold out with their gold. But my heart surrenders to fall with the warmth of the wood burning stove. I paint Remembering the colors of fall when grief blinded me. I paint To take in what I missed. I paint their gold. “Their Gold” and “Hold Out” Plein Air Painting on Mill Creek Road Continue reading Their Gold
The Creation of “Resting” Plein Air Study Moving to Abstraction Final Piece Barnwood Interpretation Continue reading Clarity in Abstraction
Horses and Mules Waiting Box Elders Turning Plein Air Watercolor “Falling” Continue reading Waiting and the Trees Turn
I painted quickly with half my mind on my hobble mustang mare, Denali who had hopped out of sight into the trees in search of the best grass. Originals available for purchase. Continue reading Plein Air Wildflowers
“I just sat on the ledge. I didn’t even fish… even though the pool was filled with fish.” ~The Fisherman Continue reading Waterfall on the Pine
The snow started to fall with the last strokes of the paint brush. Continue reading La Ventura. The Window.