Monthly Archives: November 2018

First Poinsettia of the Season

I love those huge poinsettia plants that appear in stores just about now, and could not resist buying and painting one today.

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Descanso Hillside

    Most months the San Diego Watercolor Society invites a plein air artist to give a demonstration somewhere in the county. Today Keiko Tanabe demonstrated and as I watched her paint with bold, confident strokes I remembered how much … Continue reading

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Gallery Lights

Every now and then it’s my turn to volunteer at the SDWS gallery so visitors can see the current show. Today was kind of slow at first, so I had a chance to pull out my crayons and color pencils. … Continue reading

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Plant on a Desk

It has been a while since I posted, and it felt good today to sit and experiment with crayon, gouache and colored pencils. This was my third pass at this small aloe vera plant and I am starting to catch … Continue reading

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