Sunday, November 30, 2008

FOUR O'CLOCKS



White "Four O'Clocks" - the "Alba" variety. Painted in watercolor. I love white flowers - they are surely my favorite. Always envisioned a garden filled with all white flowers.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Stilllife with Onions and Carrots



I sure do love to paint veggies. They are the perfect subject for watercolor students. Their colors are so vibrant, and their shapes and textures are so inviting. I think onions are so beautiful! This painting is available. Please email me at Rhayestx1014@aol.com for information.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

DANDELIONS


Dandelions, blowing in the wind. Magical plants. Painted in watercolor, of course. This painting is available. Please email me at Rhayestx1014@aol.com for information.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

THREE PERSIMMONS WATERCOLOR PAINTING


Three persimmons. Painted in watercolor, of course. I was intrigued by the colors. Sort of a mixture of madder and ochre. They look like a combination between a tomato and a peach or an apple, but they are actually fruit that grow on trees. They have a funny little cap of leaves around the stem.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Yorkshire Terrier Painting


This is a portrait of my little "Symphony" as a baby. The most adorable puppy in the world. Painted by me, in watercolors, of course.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Texas Landscape Painting with Live Oak and Bluebonnets



I've finally gotten around to making some prints. I found a printer, not too far away,
 that makes really pretty prints on Futura 100 lb semi-gloss paper.
I decided to start with my favorite landscape that I painted years ago.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Periwinkles in Terra Cotta Pot Watercolor Painting


Periwinkles (also known as "Vinca") in a terra cotta flower pot. Here in Texas, these cheerful little flowers are wonderful summer annuals. They love sunshine and heat. I love their clean, crisp happy little faces.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Coffee Cup Watercolor Painting


I painted this coffee cup recently, in remembrance of a collection of these cups that my grandma had. I think she got them as "gas station giveaways". Gas stations used to give dishware away to their customers as a promotional item. They gave away depression glass, carnival glass, jadeite, and melamine-type dishware. Boy, have things changed!!! When I look at this, I smell coffee.

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Baby Bird


Twice in the past, I've painted a series of birds for customers. This baby bird reminded me of how much fun that was. I wish I had kept this one. I'm thinking I will work on a series of "Baby Birds" --- that would be great fun! I'll start tomorrow!
RoseAnn
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