Tag: Watercolor Landscape

The Old Mate

The Old Mate, resting against a tree before being scrapped away … mid morning light coming through dense foliage. On 9"x12" 140lb CP WC paper using Sennelier watercolors.

The Abandoned Shed

11"x14" 90lb CP WC paper using Sennelier watercolors … came across this shed in a wooded area, on an early winter morning. 

Towards Rouffignac

Driving towards Rouffignac from Sarlat, this small roadside cafe caught my eye … as it should have … brightly lit by glorious morning sunlight. Done on 9"x12" 140 lb CP WC paper using Sennelier watercolors.

The Trees Place

The Trees Place, watercolor on paper mounted on board, 3 times 24 x 24 inches See a step by step painting tutorial here on ARTiful, painting demos  

Leaves Lace

This is my latest watercolor on paper. I didn't  mount this one on board as I did for most of my recent watercolors because I wanted to paint a few watercolor landscapes on paper and enter them in various watercolor competitions. Most watercolor societies won’t accept varnished or mounted watercolors, but it isn't really an issue as it…

On either side of the river, watercolor on paper

This is my latest watercolor on paper, I did paint it for the watercolor biennale coming up at the Federation of Canadian Artists in Granville Island ( Vancouver ). I had a few guidelines to follow : the size had to be 19 x 27 which is the size of the IKEA Ribba frame, most…

Cadillac Ranch

I made one necessary stop, at a great photo op, on the way back to Albuquerque from Fort Worth. It was cold and windy but, I had to shoot photos of the changing art form called "Cadillac Ranch". Weather and time plus more and more layers of spray paint continue to change this unique form…

Photo Op – Tent Rocks, New Mexico

This watercolor shows my wife and our daughter-in-law (holding the camera) exploring a slot canyon in Tent Rocks. The National Monument is located about half way between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. It's painted on a full sheet of Arches 300 lb rough but I'm cropping the edges off to emphasize the vertical nature of the…