Category Archives: landscape
Our island is getting bigger and this is why!
This is a pastel painting about the white-tailed tropic bird. It lives pan-pacific and in Hawaii often nests in inaccessible cliffs walls in volcanic craters.
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Here I have continued to add in the darkest color of the waterfall and more of the mid-tones while trying to keep the fluidity of the water and the interesting swirls of lighter colors. Sometimes I barely touch the surface … Continue reading
So this is on Pastelmat paper. I used alcohol to fasten on the two dark corners and give it an area where no white showed thru then keeping in mind where I want my whitest whites, I bega to put in … Continue reading
Still for sale!
Sands of Time
My friend Helen Turner said,”I am a seeker of the peaceful moment, an unspoiled sandy beach, a quiet walk in the woods. The closer look at a beautiful bloom inspires me to translate the folding shades of color, to stop … Continue reading
Reminds me of the Native American playing flute while we gazed upward and were transported to earlier times of his ancestors.