Fall textures II

I used more of my homemade walnut ink for this drawing of autumn herbs and pods sitting in a dish shaped like a leaf. I love the textures of fall. But I think for the next one I’ll abandon my feather quill dip pen because it isn’t very comfortable. The ink doesn’t flow the way […]

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Green but not Irish

Irish, Greek. What’s the difference right? Here’s a bit of green for the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day from the famous olive tree of Vouves in Crete. It would’ve been even greener if it wasn’t for the rare heavy snow from this past winter that broke off many of its branches. Gotta love climate change! […]

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Hanging on

One last tree still pretending that autumn is not coming to a close. In all fairness it has been mild compared to last week and the fog did obscure the other trees. Maybe someone should tell the leaves to go.—Dominick FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY! In our new Facebook group, One Watercolor A Day, (view it HERE) […]

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Somewhere over Toledo

OK, no where near Toledo, I don’t think, (sorry Toledo, my geography stinks if I haven’t actually visited) but rather Pennsylvania and it wasn’t actually over, it was while driving through. I hadn’t been on a road trip in a long time. I forgot how long PA was, and how beautiful the landscape was (Brandywine […]

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