I like Monet's Lily paintings because I can get lost in them. The desire is to draw the viewer in so that they feel the water and the flowers and sky. With that intention this one could be the Chattahoochee with our Georgia red clay banks. I did this pour on watercolor canvas, a new material that to my delight produced a brilliant set of hues.
Blueberries and Cream
There are many reasons to love blueberries. I won't even go into all the healthy ones but just think about the way they feel in your mouth when they pop.Tiny explosions of flavor mixed with cream. Yum. Blueberries require lots of sunshine for the bushes to grow so you better not plant them in the shade. The medium for this painting is watercolor and the method is what I call "Pouring". I pour watercolor paint on top of paper and tissue that has been placed on watercolor sheets. This creates a resist when dry that I build upon. I use string and dried butter beans and peas to save areas that I want to keep from losing. I pour over and over til it is done.