Posts Tagged ‘Watercolor Artist’

Upcoming Watercolor Classes: September 2015

Hello Friends! Fall is so close I can almost taste the molasses cookies and Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Yummy! Below is a list of upcoming classes offered in September 2015. As always, classes are at my home at 2612 Hibbitts Rd., Nashville, TN 37214 and each class is $25 to cover materials and snacks. I look forward to painting with you!…

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Dog Portraits and a “TREE-ific” New WATERCOLOR CLASS!

I’m excited to announce a new WATERCOLOR CLASS coming up later this month. Some of you have asked about lessons so this is for you. It’s open to kids and adults alike so you can make it a mother/daughter outing or a chance to hang out with your friends. We’ll be painting trees and going over…

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Bible Illustrations and Dog Portrait

This week, I’d like to introduce you to some friends of mine from the animal kingdom… Meet Lamb. She’s here to tell you a Bible story. Lamb is one of two illustrations for Jotham McCauley’s new series, The Bible Rhymes. The second illustration, Bread and Fish, is below. “Fish” is rainbow colored because the series is kid-friendly and plain…

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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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At Home in Virginia

This latest watercolor house portrait was commissioned by Margaret Starling in Nashville as a fun gift for her in-laws. They live in Virginia and the pictures she sent over were just beautiful – the colors, the trees, the home. . . Love it all! I turned it in and she said, “It’s perfect! Thank you.…

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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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