I work in watercolor because it moves, it flows. The serendipitous mixing of colors on paper can bring happy surprises. I work for bold colors and rich textures, using a variety of papers and pigments.
My garden, the sea side and my travels are my usual themes. While my work is representational, it is also conceptual. Eroded architectural structures and sculpture are romantic and dramatic – perfect subjects for experimenting with color and texture. Broken shells are a favorite subject for their frailty and endlessly interesting contours. I try to expose something unanticipated in my approach to each subject.
Potomac Valley Watercolorists
Arlington Artists Alliance
The Art League