Tag Archives: watercolor

Bespoke your life

The word that seems to be au courant is “bespoke” and the in gal at Bespoke Designs in Westchester has invited me to come on September 26th and share my words on Watercolor.  Please contact Bespoke if you are interested as space is limited.  Shari has so many beautiful things in her shop to celebrate […]

happy paints

I am often asked what kind or brand of watercolors I use, and the above boxed set of Pelikan watercolors are one of my absolute favorites.  They box up like a double-decker bus and the colors are bright, velvety and truly transparent or opaque depending on the amount of water you use.  This is not […]

acts of kindness

Part of what makes me happy is passing along random acts of kindness. I always find out that we are all in some way connected to one another. I am sending this illustration today to a lovely lady who has assured me that she will pass on some kindness. Sure, I do what I do […]

wild side

Been a little wild weather wise over here so I thought I would focus on my wild side and create some fun patterns. I had so much fun creating this 30 minute watercolor. It’s a little looser than the norm but that is the wild thing about working to beat the clock. Now, all I […]

paper snob

Many ask what is my go to paper for painting? I use a lot of smooth Bristol Board but love Arches Aquarelle paper 140 lb. cold press. It comes on a block or you can purchase single sheets. I love the watermark on the corner and the deckled edge. Do you have a favorite paper?


Thing’s are looking rosy around here. I was at J.McLaughlin yesterday working with Jay on a special project and spotted my artwork in the Hampton’s Magazine. Thought you would like to see it too. Take time to smell the roses.