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As many of you know, I’m an aspiring watercolorist. It’s rare that I ever feel any of my work is worthy of sharing with anyone. I’m mostly just in the trial and error learning stages as I find my way but so many of you have been so supportive, every here and…(Read More)

Several of you have asked me to keep sharing my watercolor progress. As embarrassing as it is, its kind of liberating, too. I’ve been painting for years and not showing anyone, so daring to share the crap I’m still struggling with is kind of a “coming out” for me. It is with the…(Read More)

As many of you know, I’ve been getting my Fine Art Certificate at Otis. I put off the prerequisite, Color Theory, forever, feeling like it was the brussel sprouts of the curriculum that I “had” to take because it would be “good for me.” But I hit the point in my program where I…(Read More)

Yesterday, my watercolor teacher who ya’ll know I love so much, took our class on a field trip to the Watercolor West Annual Juried Exhibition in Orange County and to learn from a wonderful demonstration by Tony Sheets. So cool. Imagine being so good at your art that you could literally be in flow…(Read More)

“You have created beauty on the page, something to be enjoyed. The simple curves and bends of your sunset painting are the difference between “cold facts” and “warm feelings.  I had to put my dog down last month, have recently gone through a divorce and am now providing 24/7 hospice home care for my…(Read More)