Category Archives: studies

Seasonal Flowers

The dahlias are all gone now, but a couple of weeks ago, I brought home these beauties from the farmers’ market and painted them. Here’s a link to a short video of me making this piece. And here are some … Continue reading

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Experiments with Flowers

Flowers aren’t like most still life subjects: they’re alive. Continue reading

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Yellow Tulips

Tulips
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Nola’s Iris Garden

At Nola’s Iris Garden, surrounded by over 2500 varieties of iris. Continue reading

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Matilija Poppies

Giant poppies Continue reading

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Color Obsessions

My current color obsession, if you haven’t noticed 🙂 Continue reading

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Going Grey

Small studies in grey Continue reading

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More Spring Flower Experiments

More spring flower experiments Continue reading

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Stepping out in Spring

Are you, like me, starting to draw outside more than you did in the last year? Any challenges that come up from a practice that may have been dormant for a while? Continue reading

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Spring Experiments at Filoli Gardens

Spring Experiments at Filoli Gardens Continue reading

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