Rhododendron

June 24, 2015 § Leave a comment

Spring hikes through the mountains of West Virginia will usually discover large stands of rhododendrons like this one. They are a fine sight, though sometimes overwhelming in their size and strength. this is another in the series of small watercolors painted to benefit the Kump Education Center in Elkins WVA.

Spring hikes through the mountains of West Virginia will usually discover large stands of rhododendrons like this one. They are a fine sight, though sometimes overwhelming in their size and strength. this is another in the series of small watercolors painted to benefit the Kump Education Center in Elkins WVA.

Jack in the Pulpit

June 24, 2015 § Leave a comment

The first in a group of seven small watercolors, 5" x7", of the wildflowers of West Virginia. These are painted to benefit a small educational foundation in WVA.

The first in a group of seven small watercolors, 5″ x7″, of the wildflowers of West Virginia. These are painted to benefit a small educational foundation in WVA.

Frieze of Tulips

April 18, 2015 § Leave a comment

Sometimes one kind of flower takes over my imagination. This happens most often in the spring, and tulips are often the first and brightest omen of things to come.

This long and narrow watercolor is 7″ x 28″.

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