Pat brought some cherries to share with the artists who came to my house to take a workshop with Rea Andrews. We had a wonderful time and learned so much. I can't wait to work with yupo paper again soon. It is such a different surface to work on.
Looking Inside to discover what treasures are there. This is the next in the series of nonobjective abstracts. It reminds me of digging for precious gems. I am seeing precious gems in those who surround me. Pretty special.
Yes, I am stretching this summer. I had several goals for this nonobjective abstract and I am pretty happy with the results. I signed it, but don't think it is quite finished. I have started another though, because I wanted to remember how I painted this one. It is so hard to recreate a feeling when you are painting from the zone. Anyway, this is the beginning of a journey for me. I will try to be better about keeping up with this blog!
Another summer special. I love sunflowers in the summer but I am never satisfied, so I paint them over and over. I am kind of liking the colors and patterns of this crockery full of large blossoms. I hope you like it too. It is a watercolor on hot press paper.
Waterloo Watercolor Group Southwest Watercolor Society Group Of Five Sue Nosler Gray Rae Andrews Vicki Brevell Sue Abston Wiley Pat Langley Charlotte Sylvest O'Dowd Stinger Studio, Sonia Colonna-Mathis
Nancy Brandt Brown has been painting for many years and is best known for her transparent watercolors. She enjoys painting in her Georgetown, Texas studio, where she spends hours painting everything from figures and flowers to fish,exploring movement through organic shapes, vibrant colors and interesting textures. She continues to work in watercolor, but works in acrylic also.