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Archive for August, 2018

A few little watercolors

 

I occasionally paint small unframed works and sell them at reasonable prices because I like the idea of art being for everyone.  It gives me an opportunity to explore a different media for a while or a different subject matter.  You may remember my “Little People” paintings, or maybe you have a few of my “Still Life with Tangerines”, or some pencil sketches of big eyed girls that I have returned to over the years.  Sometimes I explore something completely new, this is both fun, and often a learning experience.  Landscapes and still lifes are not “my thing”, yet I have somehow painted dozens, scores, who knows, maybe hundreds, over the decades.  People always say they can tell what is my work, and it doesn’t matter if its acrylic, mixed media, oil, watercolor, my signature portraits or a stormy sky, or a bowl of jalapeños, or a single giant nose.  Maybe it’s obvious its my art  because there isn’t one defining thing about my style, except that it is usually colorful, not very traditional and a bit of fun, and sometimes people don’t know what to make of it.  Kinda, just like me.

These recent works are all watercolor on paper.  Most have a unwinged figure flying through the sky, or walking through a desert, another signature in many of my landscapes the last few years.  They are all small 6×9 at the largest. I will be putting them on my etsy page over the next few days and you can find them there, each under $45.

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