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A Place in the Country

County Home

I was looking at artwork today and was intrigued  by Vijay Patil’s artworks. I saw this one of his called Village Path…and thought I’d try my own hand at it. Though I changed the title for mine since it is my interpretation of his work. He following great masters and I’m following him. 

What I enjoy the most of this type of watercolor painting is the loose strokes….very relaxing for me.  Trying out this painting has helped me get better at brick work and rooftops, plus is gave me the chance to try out my tiny people skills. Hope you enjoy both mine and his.

Have a great day everyone!

Watercolors: Dakota Flooding


Keeping in mind all those who have been suffering in North Dakota from the flooding of 2011. This watercolor painting is rather a representation of the water rising on the alley side of a city street.

Watercolors on 140 lb. watercolor paper.

Peruvian Village Street

Peruvian Village Street

The watercolor painting is a remake of Carol King’s “Peruvian Street Scene, from her post “The End of the World?,”  that I was most eager to try my hand at; with the artists permission of course, thank you Carol King.

I’m very fascinated with Carol King’s style and her ability to keep things simple that speak volumes. I had already painted this once and could not quite put my finger on what was wrong with it, then realized that I had painted it in landscape view rather than in portrait view as you see it now. Other than a few details, some important, some not I feel well pleased with the results.

For those of you who do not know Carol and enjoy artworks posted with humor, then I recommend you visit Carol Kings Weblog.

Watercolor painting on 140 lb. watercolor paper.

To the Dunes

To the Sand Dunes

Watercolors on 140 lb. watercolor paper

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