Tag: Woody Duncan

California Couple

I spotted this elderly couple crossing the street in Sausalito, California. This watercolor is 15 x 11 inches on 140 lb Arches rough. 

Double Delight

Until the freeze came – I took photos of the roses I grow in our backyard. They love the cool nights at 5000 feet in Albuquerque. I worked from a close up shot I took of a red and white rose. This watercolor was painted on a full sheet of 300 lb Arches rough.

Father's Love

Nate was an art student of mine, in Middle School, over 14 years ago. He served as a marine and then married Maggie, another student of mine. He is holding his three month old daughter in this watercolor portrait. It was painted on 300 lb hot press Arches. I did an ink drawing over it…

McEuan

John McEuan is a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. My references for this watercolor portrait were photos I took at a concert in Colorado Springs a year ago. It is 23 x 15 inches in size on a gessoed sheet of hand made paper. I did an ink drawing over the painting…

Allison Krauss

This is my third attempt at painting Allison Krauss. I took my photo references at at concert last July in Kansas City. Its a watercolor on Arches 300 lb rough. I finished it off with a black ink line drawing. The size is 14 x 11 inches. Allison Krauss is an American bluegrass-country singer-songwriter and musician. Alison…

Couple Shadows

My motivation were photos I shot from the tenth floor of our hotel in downtown San Francisco. I was attracted by the long shadows cast by people walking past our hotel. My watercolor is on a full sheet of 300 lb Arches hot press paper. I made sure to get the holding of hands by…

John McEuan Banjo

This is a watercolor portrait of John McEuan of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. The group has been playing great music for 47 years now. We recently went to a concert in Colorado Springs to see the group. This watercolor in on a sheet of gessoed handmade paper. Matted and framed it will fit into…

Louise

Louise and her husband own the Sagebrush Inn in Taos, New Mexico. I go there every June to paint with friends in a watercolor workshop sponsered by Adams State University. I recently finished this portrait of Louise. It is on a sheet of handmade paper that I coated lightly with gesso. Matted it fits into…

Tagger in Training

This is another watercolor of Cadillac Ranch just West of Amarillo, Texas. When we stopped by there in June, there was a field trip of young children, each with a can of spray paint, decorating the cars. Are we teaching our children right ? This watercolor is on a full sheet of 300 lb Arches…

Poppy Center

I love the poppies that I grow in my backyard in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Each year, I shoot lots of photos in the few weeks that they are in bloom (Late May through early June). My new watercolor shows the glory of the interior of on of these wonderful flowers. It's painted with transparent watercolors…

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…

Ranchos Redo

"Ranchos Redo" is my watercolor. Actually, it's a recreation of one I painted in 2001. A friend of mine back in Kansas owns the earlier version. It was painted on a full sheet of 300 lb Arches rough. My new version – is on a full sheet of gessoed hand made paper – matted and…