A big bunch of red, orange and yellow ranunculus flowers in my studio inspired this loose, drippy watercolor painting. Available as fine art prints and throw pillows too:
One of my favorite haunts in New York City is Grand Central Terminal, particularly in the afternoon, when shards of light stream through the high windows, creating luminous patterns. Grand Central Terminal Light prints + pillows
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 […]
It’s impossible not to feel optimistic at the first spring blossoms, particularly after this year’s bone-chilling winter here in New York. Here are a couple of new watercolor prints of forsythia and magnolia blossoms, inspired by photographs I made in Central Park. I often paint from my photographs. As you can see in these examples, photographs are just a […]
An experiment in painting the fashion figure directly over a colored background.
A yellow and blue watercolor fashion illustration with a 1920s feel, inspired by the Cacharel Fall 2012 collection at Paris Fashion Week.
A watercolor fashion illustration of a model in long, white evening dress against a background of bright yellow and soft blue.
A bright, summery fashion illustration of a woman in a long, striped sarong and turban in primary colors.
These watercolor fashion figure studies evoke the 1940s with the inspiration of a vintage-style bathing suit and a snood.
I used muted colors and impressionist brushstrokes to create a nostalgic feel to this watercolor illustration of a vintage bottle of Guerlain Mitsouko perfume.
A fashion illustration made with richly colored inks – an experiment with texture and pattern, and the interplay between subject and background.
An impressionist-style watercolor painting of yellow taxi cabs.