Tracy Lewis is a wonderful contemporary watercolorist. Her work is absolutely yummy, innovative and a bit macabre as her blog title attests: http://lollipopmacabre.wordpress.com. In the past, Tracy has taken some of my workshops and classes, but, she also studied with two of my former teachers, Sabina Turner www.sabinaturner.com and Sacramento artist/teacher, Gary Pruner. Her work, […]
Dan Petersen the co-judge of the 43rd Motherlode Art Exhibition is an equally, though different, inspiring artist and man. His watercolors of the majestic Sierra Mountiain region are full of color and amazing detail. Dan says: “My ultimate goal is to pay homage to the One who created it all and allowed us the privilege […]
I’m adding some old paintings to my gallery this morning and thinking about working in a new/old way. I love some of these images and the way I mixed the beautiful with the terrible, or added an edgy-ness to the work. Hope you enjoy them as well.
Yesterday I attended the 43rd Motherlode Art Exhibition in Placerville, Ca. I was so happy to see some of my friends from past classes. Kathy Gibson and Lee Thompson from my classes with Gary Pruner at American River College in Sacramento are two very fine oil painters. Lee’s work is often whimsical and delightful in […]
The Amador Stars Window at the Amador County Fair, 2009… “It’s a Grape Time to Hukilau!” It’s a challenge to come up with something that fits the county fair theme, and to incorporate our organization, and still be enjoyable for the crowd at the fair. I love doing it! Thanks to my team for all […]