I am primarily a watercolor painter and instructor. The poetic and impressionistic nature of the medium along with the ability to work quickly attracted me to this artform as a hobby. My art reflects the medium's many techniques including the use of rice paper, collages, and ink. I find I am more inspired and have more fun in painting if I seek expressionism and impressionism, rather than realism. Therefore, one finds my watercolor subjects are diverse, from traditional landscapes, to expressive florals and still lifes, and occasionally to abstracts. I am now enjoying painting acrylics on paper, which are then mounted on wood panels. Most of these are small florals, jugs, musicians, and horse races (more diversity).
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