Posts Tagged ‘Painting’

June Birdhouse Class

Enjoy a morning of learning and fun as you paint a birdhouse! At Tracie Grace’s class you will learn the fundamentals of watercolor as she walks you step-by-step through the entire process. You will be amazed at what you can do! All materials are provided and no experience is necessary. At the end of the…

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Watercolor Dog Portrait

You know those pets that are kindred spirits? The ones where you share the same passions and interests and there’s a special bond between you? This week’s painting is of Autumn, and she’s one of those dogs. Autumn joined Lindsey Jenkin’s life when Lindsey first ventured out on her own and over the years they’ve…

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An MSU Watercolor Portrait

Hello Friends! This week was the birthday week of Lauren Priddy, a girl with brains and beauty. She and her now-husband Matthew, met in their teenage years at Mississippi Governor’s School (basically a place for smart people); then went to Mississippi State University to pursue engineering degrees. She in biomedical engineering and he in mechanical engineering.…

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Peace – A Watercolor Portrait

This sweet couple was photographed by their son, Rod Spann (original photo on the left). It was one of those rare moments where you stumble upon a scene so pure it moves your spirit. Her resting her head on his shoulder and him nestled in the cushions cradling her gently. It’s the look of a…

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Watercolor Portraits and Landscaping

This past week was about landscaping. Stephen Strickhausen (check out his 1410 Realty Group here) sent me this photo of a new home and let me play around with the landscaping a bit. Designing a landscape on paper is much easier than in reality. Notice the red flowers coordinating with the red door? Oh yeah,…

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Bonnie! A Watercolor Dog Portrait

This watercolor dog portrait was commissioned by Patsy Brumfield for her daughter’s wedding. They call this her “chicken leg” pose because occasionally she’ll plop down on the ground with her legs going out in all directions – like chicken legs. Attached, in the upper right corner is the reference photo so you can see Bonnie demonstrating this (originally…

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Sunsets in Franklin

Hope you had a SPOOKTACULAR Halloween! The kids in our neighborhood dressed up as ninja turtles, princesses and superheroes and were so cute they persuaded the trees to dress up. They finally donned their ‘special occasion’ fall cloaks and are absolutely breathtaking! I LOVE Tennessee in the fall!!! This week’s house portrait had a beautiful sunset in Franklin,…

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