at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, PA., and hold a M.A.
from Clark University.
watercolors are an act of love and since they are so labor intensive
(sometimes taking up to eight weeks) I am only able to produce
5 or 6 paintings every year. I use only the highest quality materials
available. The original watercolors are painted on Arches or Lanaquerelle
300lb. hot press paper. I work very realistically from digital
photos that I take, print and use for reference. Many layers of
sheer glazes give a luminosity to the color. Working only with
primary colors and mixing all the colors from those three basic
colors I am able to achieve a very rich and varied palette. Light
and shadow are very important to me. In order to please those
who would like to purchase a print, I have gone full circle...back
to digital. Please read below about the giclée prints.
Prints web site