Category Archives: Watercolor

Bath Art

One more in a series of watercolors produced as bath art. Not made for any other reason than every artist has to make a living; that means selling your work or bagging groceries. Your choice.Studio work Bath art

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Design work

Design work can be fun and a great way to build up an artist’s hand-eye coordination. Have a go at it. Set out a grid of equal squares and place the same lines in each square or start altering them … Continue reading

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Bath Art

Framed prints for bathroom walls sell well at art shows and flea markets especially if framed. They should be small, 4X6, 5X7 but different shapes are big sellers since they fit odd wall spaces. Simple frames will complete the package, … Continue reading

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Clams Casino

Another in a series of works produced as ‘Kitchen art’ which were sold framed. Most were either 5X7″ or 8X10″. They brought a nice price as they were one of a kind (these are repros and not for sale); sold … Continue reading

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In a stew

From a series of works that I did for kitchens, these 5X7 and 7X9 inch black and white and colored pieces were meant for that spot on the wall that needed color or filling. They run the gamut of subjects, … Continue reading

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Where the gnomes are

Gnome HomeWatercolor on paper

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Visual Puns

As a kid I was amused by the play of words and images in the movie “Dumbo”, in particular the banter between the crows and Dumbo about the diamond ring and the question “Did you ever hear a diamond ring?” … Continue reading

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