Winter Wilderness (1.5 x 1.0 inches; mixed media)
Painted this dollhouse miniature yesterday. This actually was a flop. The initial washes were not working, so I rinsed off the color wash and let it dry. The toned paper looked great, and I ended up with a nice little painting.
Through The Trees (1.5 x 1 inches; watercolor)
Got in a little painting today (no pun intended)! ☺
If you look carefully through the trees you will see a distant mountain range. I have also completed another one of these little gems, but you will have to wait until tomorrow to see it!
A reference photo of mine from last summer. This scene is located in Dexter, Missouri. I may paint this scene in the future.
Moleskine Notebook Entry 10
Farmington, Missouri 122616
Started this sketch the day after Christmas, but didn’t finish it until a few days ago. This scene is located in downtown Farmington, Missouri.
This is the smallest painting I have ever completed. Purely for fun, but I won’t be making a habit of it. Very hard on the eyes.
Be sure to click on the link below to see for yourself.
What a blessing it has been over the last six weeks. Four wonderful people have purchased the paintings shown in the above photo.
Watercolor Artist Bob Fagan said the greatest compliment is to have someone purchase your art (paraphrased). He is absolutely correct!
A big “thank you” to all of you who have purchased my artwork. You will never know just how much it means to me.
Winter Warmup (1 x 1.5 inches; mixed media)
Several people have asked me how I paint so small. I painted this dollhouse miniature and made a video of the process. You can view the video at the Tom Conboy Art Channel at Vidme. Click on the link below to view the video.