Monthly Archives: September 2016

Portrait Study

From a local drawing group, most folks in this group are primarily interested in portraiture and the class is a good 4 hours long. I used ultramarine blue, alizarin crimson, and burnt sienna as my primary palette. Advertisements

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Orchard Pears

Lucky for me my neighbors own a large apple orchard with a few pear and cherry trees. I found this pear tree out of the way of many customers picking apples.

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Reclining

A two hour study from drawing class

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Late Summer Blooms

The last of my garden blooms. Zinnias were always in my mother’s  garden.  I’ve been practicing with gouache, its fun and easy to redo areas unlike watercolor. 5×8″ gouache on Stonehedge paper

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Views from Sand Beach

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More from Stonington, Maine

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That Iconic Stonington View

That Iconic Stonington View Watercolor on arches paper, 9″ x 12″ Stonington, Maine, September 11, 2016 It started off as a foggy day with a thunderstorm then cleared. The iconic window view of the harbor showed the way to a … Continue reading

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