IN PROCESS

It takes me "forever" to finish a painting.  I work on these when I can.  If you'd like me to finish one sooner so you can order the original or a print, let me know.

This is a salvaged watercolor that became unworkable and scratched.  I attached it to a substrate and I'm painting over it in acrylic.  It will be 11 x 14.

Notice that I needed to make the watercolor paper bigger to allow for the pieces I cut off to make it a standard size.

I'm learning different paintings have different viewing ideals.  This one is about 12 feet or my Samsung 7 cell phone held about arm's length.

“Half The Pay”

I got a fair way into this before I realized the boats are University Of Michigan colors.  (There’s a strong rivalry with State and Ohio, so I’m losing a fair portion of possible customers.)  

On Photoshop I can swap colors so I can make a print in any school colors.  

It’s about an hour away from being finished.  It’s huge and has been physically hard to paint. 

This is another salvaged watercolor.  It is based on a photo I took years ago at Peace Ranch, an equine rehab place.  I’d like to contribute a print to the place when I get it done.  The owners’ daughter is in the painting.