Category Archives: Paintings
This is another in my taxi cab series. These watercolors seem to be the most popular art I create. At least more people tell me they like the loose style and my use of color. What I’m trying to capture … Continue reading
It took me several weeks to complete these watercolors. The drawings are based on the illustrations which William Addison Dwiggins completed for Heritage Press in 1930 for an edition of The Scarlet Letter. To teach myself something about book illustration … Continue reading
I painted Bill the Barman in an opaque watercolor similar to gouache, and the taxis I painted in Holbein watercolors, the good stuff. Smears and drips are apparent in the finished work, so I have more to learn about how … Continue reading
Some acrylic paintings I recently completed. These were quick studies done on board with the goal of suggesting human forms in paint.
Here’s an acrylic painting of my backyard. In the middle is a dying fig tree trying to survive the southern California drought.
This is the first self-portrait I’ve ever attempted. A little primitive and expressionistic, it meets with my approval.