Carnival Time
Carnival Time

Watercolor  •  6"H x 6"W
A1048

Carpenteria 2011
Carpenteria 2011

Watercolor  •  24"H x 34"W
L1049

Desert Roses
Desert Roses

Watercolor  •  F1055
All proceeds from the sale of this painting will be donated to Bear Valley Community Healthcare District's Hospital Auxiliary, a non-profit organization. Tax ID#33-128660 501(c)3.

 

Diagonal Iris Yellow to Orange
Diagonal Iris Yellow to Orange

Watercolor  •  F1056

marvelous plums.jpg
My Funny Valentine
My Funny Valentine

Watercolor  •  F1138

Peonies Pink Perfume
Peonies Pink Perfume

Watercolor  •  23"H x 17"W
F1077

Desert Rose
Desert Rose

This little flower is about 6 inches off the ground and full of thorns. I did three of these paintings in 20"x 20", and 10" x10" which can be in a group. No matter how I paint this I always love it. 

Tulips in Spring
Tulips in Spring

I loved the bright fuscia and yellow in the fresh flowers and enjoyed every moment of painting them. 

Size 18" x 24"

Price unframed $300

Fall Wild Apples
Fall Wild Apples

Size 18" x 24" 

Price unframed $ 400

Apples in Ruby Reds
Apples in Ruby Reds

Loved working with the Reds to Magenta to obtain this brilliant look.

Size 10" x 10" 

Price unframed $ 250

Magnolias
Magnolias

Learned a new painting technique and this one surprised me!

Size 5" x 12" 

Price unframed $200

Gerber Daisies
Gerber Daisies

size 5 1/2 " x 8 1/2" 

Price unframed $200

Yellow Bells
Yellow Bells

This a new plant I have in Indio, CA and the bright yellow against the green is 'cheery'! 

Size 14" x 18"

Price unframed $ 400

Framed $600

Yellow Gold Iris
Yellow Gold Iris

These were painted with about 16-20 different yellows and it was exciting to see how each yellow could play and offer the warm tones and the cool tones. 

size 22" x 30" 

Unframed $900

Framed $1200

Magnolia Richness
Magnolia Richness

I have been doing more Magnolias again and planning to do a 2 large paintings, 1 a watercolor and another an oil of Magnolias.  These lovely flowers provide that feeling of "Southern Hospitality". 

Size  11" x 14" 

Framed $ 550

Unframed $400

Old Fashioned Iris
Old Fashioned Iris

Purple Iris were the first Irises I ever saw and I was hoping to recreate my first memories in this painting. 

Watercolor  Size 22" x 30"

Price $1200 framed 

Morning Magnolias
Morning Magnolias

The "Morning Magnolias" were painted in San Diego after dropping my Husband off for a 7:00 am, yes 7:00 am golf time. The sun was coming through the Magnolias which made them glow yellow. This was a morning which pleased my husband and all my visual senses for a great painting.

Hot Pinks Fun
Hot Pinks Fun

Coneflowers in hot pink and that deep brown color in the center has always been delightful for me. This painting came from a wonderful garden in upstate New York during a family reunion. Hope you Enjoy them as much as I. 

Hibiscus Morning
Hibiscus Morning

This was an experiment in negative Painting. Negative painting is where one is designing the background space. It's painting around the around the flowers and the leaves. To do this one has to paint from the right side of the brain. I find myself pulling into the left side of my brain looking at at the flowers and not really paying attention to the leaves so this painting was about the leaves.                         Size 11" x 14" unframed, Framed 16" x 20"  Price $400

Carnival Time
Carpenteria 2011
Desert Roses
Diagonal Iris Yellow to Orange
marvelous plums.jpg
My Funny Valentine
Peonies Pink Perfume
Desert Rose
Tulips in Spring
Fall Wild Apples
Apples in Ruby Reds
Magnolias
Gerber Daisies
Yellow Bells
Yellow Gold Iris
Magnolia Richness
Old Fashioned Iris
Morning Magnolias
Hot Pinks Fun
Hibiscus Morning
Carnival Time

Watercolor  •  6"H x 6"W
A1048

Carpenteria 2011

Watercolor  •  24"H x 34"W
L1049

Desert Roses

Watercolor  •  F1055
All proceeds from the sale of this painting will be donated to Bear Valley Community Healthcare District's Hospital Auxiliary, a non-profit organization. Tax ID#33-128660 501(c)3.

 

Diagonal Iris Yellow to Orange

Watercolor  •  F1056

My Funny Valentine

Watercolor  •  F1138

Peonies Pink Perfume

Watercolor  •  23"H x 17"W
F1077

Desert Rose

This little flower is about 6 inches off the ground and full of thorns. I did three of these paintings in 20"x 20", and 10" x10" which can be in a group. No matter how I paint this I always love it. 

Tulips in Spring

I loved the bright fuscia and yellow in the fresh flowers and enjoyed every moment of painting them. 

Size 18" x 24"

Price unframed $300

Fall Wild Apples

Size 18" x 24" 

Price unframed $ 400

Apples in Ruby Reds

Loved working with the Reds to Magenta to obtain this brilliant look.

Size 10" x 10" 

Price unframed $ 250

Magnolias

Learned a new painting technique and this one surprised me!

Size 5" x 12" 

Price unframed $200

Gerber Daisies

size 5 1/2 " x 8 1/2" 

Price unframed $200

Yellow Bells

This a new plant I have in Indio, CA and the bright yellow against the green is 'cheery'! 

Size 14" x 18"

Price unframed $ 400

Framed $600

Yellow Gold Iris

These were painted with about 16-20 different yellows and it was exciting to see how each yellow could play and offer the warm tones and the cool tones. 

size 22" x 30" 

Unframed $900

Framed $1200

Magnolia Richness

I have been doing more Magnolias again and planning to do a 2 large paintings, 1 a watercolor and another an oil of Magnolias.  These lovely flowers provide that feeling of "Southern Hospitality". 

Size  11" x 14" 

Framed $ 550

Unframed $400

Old Fashioned Iris

Purple Iris were the first Irises I ever saw and I was hoping to recreate my first memories in this painting. 

Watercolor  Size 22" x 30"

Price $1200 framed 

Morning Magnolias

The "Morning Magnolias" were painted in San Diego after dropping my Husband off for a 7:00 am, yes 7:00 am golf time. The sun was coming through the Magnolias which made them glow yellow. This was a morning which pleased my husband and all my visual senses for a great painting.

Hot Pinks Fun

Coneflowers in hot pink and that deep brown color in the center has always been delightful for me. This painting came from a wonderful garden in upstate New York during a family reunion. Hope you Enjoy them as much as I. 

Hibiscus Morning

This was an experiment in negative Painting. Negative painting is where one is designing the background space. It's painting around the around the flowers and the leaves. To do this one has to paint from the right side of the brain. I find myself pulling into the left side of my brain looking at at the flowers and not really paying attention to the leaves so this painting was about the leaves.                         Size 11" x 14" unframed, Framed 16" x 20"  Price $400

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