Personal style begins to evidence itself early in some artist’s work. Looking back at my color choices and painting style, even in the early teen years, I see muted, neutralized colors and a dramatic interpretation of subject.
My color choice still, 30 years later are muted and neutralized. I strive for fluid flow of color and contrast of values in my work. My favorite work , (transparent watercolor on 200 lb. Waterford paper), emerges from puddles, water blossoms, mist, spray and spontaneous strokes of the brush. I want to capture a viewer by striking an emotional chord that takes them back or forward to a timeless memory of scent, color, warmth and relationships. I cycle through my favored subject matter almost yearly; garden blooms, aged water vessels, stucco and tile street scapes and childhood adventures.
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