Really teeny tiny five-petal pink flowers all over the lawn. So delicate and pretty that I couldn’t let them be mowed down.
There’s so many ways to paint daffodils. Their distinctive shape let’s you go loose and yet not so loose that you lose the shape
The pandemic has you inside looking out. Now tweak your gaze slightly to looking inside. Look at things, hold them, feel their weight, scent, sound. Now look at those same things from on your device. You can’t see textures on your device. However, watercolour paper is all about that. The paper seduces. The paints reply….
No more watercolours coming for the next few months. Today I’m having hip replacement surgery – hurray!!
Doll collection… Guess who?
‘Yestersummer’s buddleia bush￼’ | 11×15″ | Nov 2021
‘Autumn morning light thru Mom’s window’ | 9×6.5″ | Oct 2021
‘Autumnal colours’ | 9×8″ | Oct 2021
“Dandelions” | 10×10″ | Oct 2021
I can gaze at this watercolour taped on my wall and benefit from the healing power of Echinaceas.
Exploring Ships Point Road I landed at Ships Point Park. It’s a very rocky pointy-shaped park on a spit with a dramatic view of Deep Bay.
Exploring mid-island I had to pull over at the first view of water along Ships Point Road.
Cooling down at Sunny Beach.
Remember biting off the five nodes to enjoy the sweet nectar?
The velvety petals are captured on the texture of watercolour paper, mmm-mmm, nothing like it when you can hold it in your hand!
We met at the Buckley Bay rest area at 1:00. We meet again May 14 at Rosewall Park – see you there! Although it started to rain after the first hour, we had an awesome time. And cuz it’s outside we can be covid-safe. I’m hopeful more will show up each Friday at one o’clock….
Morning journey to their favourite feeding ground. | 4×4 | 2019
“Waiting _____” you fill in the blank, what would be your title for this painting
Adirondack chairs served up fruity.
“Huckleberries” | 10×10″ | 02/2021
Wish you were here.
Hope is not lost. “Lovers’ leap” | 8×8″ | 03/2020
Watercolour painting of winter in my backyard
Douglas Firconian, Eeuphoria Mtn Ashium, Velcrophorbia Plantarium and Dand Dillion Ranuncullium
With my very good friend, a watercolour painter like me, after a whole year later than planned, we finally got outside last Saturday to paint together. There were so many distractions, like beautiful birds, and driftwood and dogs, that we didn’t actually paint much. So when I got home to my orderly and functional studio…