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On Paper Today.

The creek in autumn:

“To me, fair friend, you never can be old.  For as you were when first your eyes I eyed.  Such seems your beauty still. 94 more words


Art Familial

Today, we go and have family pictures taken.  And we take it for granted the ease at which these images are then produced and reproduced.  But years past the painting of ones family or a personal portrait was not such an instantaneous project.   297 more words

Watercolour Paintings

Roses and Daisies

The last of the garden roses and the daisies on my walking path.

“… What’s in a name?  That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell just as sweet…” 46 more words



This watercolour started out to be a more or less realistic rendering of a tree trunk. Somewhere along the way  realism was forgotten and I had fun.


I'm Rockin a Mood Swing

Eddie Flotte – I’m Rockin A Mood Swing

It is said a picture is worth a thousand words. While a poet speaks in carefully chosen syllables, a painter speaks in carefully chosen strokes. 93 more words


Autumn To My Love.

The season that has drawn from so many poetical descriptions with such feeling, taste and tenderness… It is my favourite time of the year.

The summer flowers are starting to wither, trees and shrubs are now brushed with autumn colours.   185 more words


The Embrace

I took a photo of these two trees because it looked to me as if they were trying to embrace one another.

The background behind them was too busy to see the trees easily so in the watercolour painting I used the background from a different photo taken nearby.