Two cherry blossom art prints inspired by a walk along the Bridle Path in New York’s Central Park at that ephemeral moment when the blossoms are beginning to fall to the ground, creating a carpet of pink. These cherry blossom prints are available in my shop, in a range of sizes, materials and framing options – shop now. These […]
An impressionist style watercolor painting, inspired by a recent visit to the New York Botanical Garden’s annual Orchid Show. This lush garden path filled with tropical color and dappled light is available as a print, in a range of sizes, materials and framing options – shop now.
Some sketches from my recent trip to Florida….. The first sketch is from a fascinating exhibit at the Norton Museum of Art: “O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York.” Not that this has to do with Florida exactly, but it was an inspiring experience from my trip. Shown here is a self-portrait by the wonderful Florine Stettheimer accompanied by a couple of ladies in […]
While we wait impatiently for spring, let’s stop and admire the stark quiet beauty of trees in winter. Winter Trees prints + pillows
As the days get cooler and and shorter, I find inspiration and comfort in rich warm autumn colors.
For the last day of summer….. a sun-dappled garden party painting, created digitally on my iPad.
Nature’s soft autumn palette of yellow ochre, warm reds and golden greens inspired this digital landscape painting of New York’s Central Park Conservatory Gardens – one of my favorite places in the city. It was painted on my iPad, using the ArtRage App – also one of my favorites. After years of painting on an iPad, I’m still […]
The excitement of springtime in New York City continues to inspire me to paint. The bursts of colors against the monochromatic grays of the city make me feel lighter. This digital painting of Central Park, with a view of skyscrapers on the horizon, was made on my iPad using the Procreate app. Framed and canvas prints […]
Patterns of sunlight streaming through the heavy summer foliage became the inspiration for these watercolor paintings of the Conservatory Garden in Central Park, a sanctuary in the heart of New York City.