Monthly Archives: February 2022

Palm Canyon’s Ferns, Roots, and Trees

Palm Canyon, in San Diego’s Balboa Park, is multi-level. There is a place you can stand by the roots of a great banyan tree and look across to a pedestrian bridge that goes over it as well and look down … Continue reading

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A Walk at Leo Carrillo Park

Saturday, I painted at Leo Carrillo Park, along with others from the San Diego Watercolor Society. The park features an historic California-style rancho, complete with buildings, gardens, tools, and animals. I liked the contrast of the flat, dusty dirt roads … Continue reading

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Ready to Cook

My friend set up a still life on her kitchen table for our Tuesday night Zoom group. It included an old cookbook, ‘The Joy of Cooking,’ so well used that the cover has been missing for years. One of the … Continue reading

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Saturday Night

Today, I finally finished this painting from last week’s beach camping trip. My goal was to show the sea across the day, beginning in the morning and ending at night. The two daytime paintings have surfers in the ocean, and … Continue reading

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Saturday Afternoon

During our recent camping trip, I painted several paintings from the same location along a bluff overlooking a popular surfing beach. Although I stood in the same spot and saw similar sights, the time of day made a considerable difference … Continue reading

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