Works in Watercolor
Watercolor is like jazz. You can improvise and riff on the spontaneous way that watercolor and paper will react to each other. Pigment dances on paper in different ways. The roughness of the paper will push one way and the loaded brush another.
No matter how much you plan and strive to control the end result, watercolor will surprise and delight.
I love the speed of the process which does not allow you to think too much. Add to the that layering of color, allowing the artist to build value and hue change at will, and you have a medium that is at once luminous and luscious.
watercolor on Arches paper 30 x 22 inches From the Collection of William H. Miller
watercolor on paper 16 x 20 inches
watercolor on paper 22 x 30 inches From the Collection of Gwen Weddington
Sketchbook Project, Brooklyn Art Library, International Exhibit watercolor on paper 5 x 7 inches 32 pages
watercolor on paper 4 x 5 inches From the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Schneider
watercolor on paper 23.5 x 23.5 inches Art on the Avenue
watercolor on paper 4 x 5 inches From the Collection of Paul Orseck
watercolor on paper 15 x 11 inches From the Collection of Lynn and Drew March
watercolor on paper 28 x 28 inches
watercolor on Arches paper 41.25 x 29.75 inches
watercolor on Yupo paper 22 x 22 inches
4 x 5 inches watercolor