The first time I saw a unicorn, I was on Chincoteague Island. I was painting plein air in the woods on Assateague… I was trying to capture the memory of when Paul Beebe saw Misty for the first time…I rubbed my eyes, (ended up with pastel all over my face), but yes, it was stillContinue reading “The first time I ever saw a unicorn”
It’s that time of year again where I am the chairperson for an annual plein air event. I get to participate but I am obviously not eligible for prizes but that’s ok. When my paintings sell, that’s prize enough for me. As typical with plein air, there are adventures to tell. Several storms this week,Continue reading “Paint the Great South Bay”
I have been busy working on a few projects that have deadlines, so I haven’t been on social media very much. I finally tweaked this sketchbook so I could do the video of the completed book. This sketchbook is handmade. I usually use the Strathmore 9×12 watercolor paper for these 6×9 books. They don’t takeContinue reading “The finished kitty book”
We hope everyone is having a wonderful Christmas full of joy, happiness and love! Merry Christmas from Santa Claws!
The great thing about decorating for Christmas is we have tons of inspiration around the house. I walked into the living room and a Christmas angel waved her hand and asked me to use her as a kitty today. So I walked back into my studio and here is today’s kitty: