The painting process for the 9 x 12 watercolor, Abandoned Tower, captured in an animated gif.
Abandoned Tower – A Model Railroad Memory (9 x 12 inches; watercolor)
I painted this watercolor for my friend, Bill Graham, who is a model railroader. This scene is from Bill’s former model railroad layout that was located in his basement a few years ago.
I am really pleased with how it turned out!
A gif of the painting process for Miss Molly’s at Village Hall. This watercolor is 5 x 7 inches and resides in a private collection.
I have been acquiring supplies for an upcoming wet-on-wet oil painting workshop I am planning to conduct this Fall. Worked on the subject painting today (see below). This workshop will be my first attempt at teaching other people how to paint. I am looking forward to the challenge, especially for those who have no painting experience!
Mountain Majesty (12 x 16 inches; oil)
I painted this scene on location at Caledonia, Missouri. The two structures are the Old Village Mercantile and Methodist Church. It was a warm, early spring day, and I still can remember that day as if it was yesterday. This painting was sold at Pumpkin Fest in Caledonia back in 2012.
Alexander and Main (12 x 16 inches; watercolor)