Coffee Shop Corner

This past month, some of my small watercolor works were on display at Grooveground in Collingswood, NJ. To commemorate the occasion, I painted this wet sketch of Grooveground’s interior.

Coffee Shop Corner. Watercolor and ink on cotton paper. 6″ x 5″

Unframed: $100.00

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Remember Sketchbook Saturday?

I never do.

Below is a drawing from my sketchbook made during a Hammonton Arts Center board meeting. My skecthbook and I are still inseperable. Unfortunately, Twitpic seems to see more of its contents than this blog does.

Squirrel Watching

There are at least two squirrels in this one. I doubt more than one is findable.

Squirrel Wacthing. Ink, watercolor, and pen on canvas panel. 14″x11″.

Uframed: $65.00

Green Acrylic

I knew within the five minutes of painting this that it would eventually get painted over. It’ll add some nice texture to a future acrylic painting. So, heres a quick, thalo green study of my cat. Maybe I’ll finish it. I don’t know. We’ll see how I feel tomorrow.

 

First Tree from the Right

I painted another landscape. It turned into a tree painting like the first, but I’m very happy with it. This one has an incomplete sibling. That’ll be another day. They are my first watercolor on canvas panel works.

First Tree from the Right. Watercolor and colored pencil on canvas board. 8″x10.”

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