If you really slow down and look, you’ll discover so many subtle colors in white. This white peony art print began its transformation with a bunch of grocery-store peonies in front of a white wall in my studio. This pastel floral painting was made with PanPastels on yellow PastelMat paper – a wonderfully “toothy” surface […]
A vase of white hydrangeas, illuminated by the morning light in my studio, was the inspiration for this recent watercolor painting. It’s available as a giclée print, in multiple sizes with optional custom framing. Buy now.
These pink and white tulips made it feel like springtime in my studio. Pink & White Tulips Prints and Pillows
This watercolor fashion painting was inspired by the dreamy Tadashi Shoji Spring/Summer 2016 collection at New York Fashion Week (NYFW).
From time to time, I like to take a break from color and paint with a monochromatic palette. This self-imposed limitation forces me to focus exclusively on light and shadow. Here are a couple of new Paris paintings in black and white – classic Parisian scenes of the Eiffel Tower and a bridge on the […]
A watercolor painting of a pair of shoes decorated with bright red hearts. Custom prints of this painting are available in my print shop. The prints would be perfect for a romantic gift – for Valentine’s Day or wedding art gifts.
A watercolor painting of a pair of vintage-inspired pair of black t-strap shoes in shades of black and pale blue.
I love working with a limited palette, in this case black and white with a touch of teal blue. In these mostly black and white figurative paintings I wanted to focus simply on shapes, light and the ethereal quality of watercolor.
A watercolor fashion illustration of a whimsical pair of polka dot shoes from the Kate Spade Fall 2012 collection at New York Fashion Week.
An impressionist style watercolor fashion illustration inspired by the Marc Jacobs Fall 2012 collection at New York Fashion Week.
A whimsical watercolor fashion illustration of a woman in a red and white striped sundress on a lime green background.
I love to experiment with painting the way we actually see, with different elements moving in and out of focus.
On this hot July day….a watercolor fashion illustration of a woman in a wide-brimmed white hat, orange sundress and wedge heels.
Two new birds in flight paintings in soft shades of gray and blue watercolor.
Inspired by Coco Chanel, the 20th century fashion icon. I achieved the white on black effect by starting with a watercolor painting on paper; scanning it; then inverting the digital image in Photoshop, so that the values are reversed.
A very simple, slightly retro, monochromatic watercolor fashion illustration of a woman in a white eyelet mini dress with black trim, wearing black gloves.
A loose, impressionist-style fashion illustration made with colored inks. The inks dry very quickly and the brush strokes have more texture compared with painting with watercolors.
A dreamy watercolor painting of clouds floating in a blue sky.
This is an effort to create the effect of a cyanotype photograph in a painting. My original white dove painting is in reverse – the dove is dark and background light. I then scanned the painting and “inverted” it in Photoshop.