Monthly Archives: November 2019

Windows on the World

I just completed another watercolor painting entitled Windows on the World. This painting is based on a photograph of garage doors in the historic Stockade, in downtown Schenectady, NY. The antique glass of the windows made marvelous, warped reflections of the … Continue reading

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Saratoga Arts Members’ Show

My watercolor painting Magnolia will be on display at The Arts Center, in Saratoga Springs, beginning today. The shows runs through January 6th, and the gallery is open 9 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and 11 am – 5 … Continue reading

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New Painting – Part 2

The next step for my painting was to add all the intricate details on the building, shadows, awnings, and give the building some texture. Although the original building was brick, I decided to make it stucco. There were actually two sources … Continue reading

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New Painting – Part 1

After learning so much from painting Canton Bazaar last spring, I decided to do another painting from our trip to Chinatown, in San Francisco. Here is the original photo. The photo was taken at the corner of Sacramento Street and … Continue reading

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