These two coffee artworks were created with a mix of markers and watercolor paints. Though I was mostly going for the black and white look, I couldn’t help but to add in bright pops of color to each! AEROPRESS COFFEE ART ABSTRACT COFFEE CIRCLES ART For more coffee art, click here.
A Pencil Drawing of the Brooklyn Bridge TITLE: The Hudson From Brooklyn on a Foggy Day This drawing, created with pencil and a small bit of charcoal, is from a foggy winter day looking out at the Hudson River and Manhattan, from underneath the Brooklyn Bridge.
Macchu Picchu Original Watercolor and Prints This Macchu Picchu watercolor was painted in an impressionistic style on watercolor paper and is framed with USA poplar wood that I hand-stained with an all-natural ebony stain. Prints of this artwork are also available, on both archival matte paper and on a sustainable wood panel:
A Flower Watercolor for Dancers With the spring season in full force, I’ve been enjoying making new paintings of flowers lately. So when my wife asked me to paint something to be raffled for an event with members of the local American Dance Therapy Association chapter, I thought I’d paint a flower that is dancing.Continue reading “A Dancing Flower Painting”
Manzanillo Beach Art Print Manzanillo is located on the southern tip of the Limón province on the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, near Panama. In this painting, a palm tree is hanging out in the warm late-morning breeze, next to the Caribbean water gently rolling up to the shore. Red flowers are in bloom onContinue reading “Costa Rica Art Prints”
Enjoy this original seascape watercolor painting for your ocean decor! It combines different hues of blue with a warm orange glow on the horizon. There is a dock that juts out into the water from a sliver of green land on the right-hand side, next to a few palm trees. Painted on archival and acid-freeContinue reading “A Day by the Water – Original Seascape Watercolor Painting”
Work in Progress It feels like it’s been a long while since I’ve written a post here! In the past couple of months, I’ve mostly taken a break from painting, as I’ve been focusing my artistic energy on building out a few of my Etsy shops (The Accounting Artist, Spanglish América and Kids Yoga Art).Continue reading “Down Dog Yoga Portrait Painting”
This portrait painting is going to be given as a surprise gift for Christmas from the husband to the wife! Finishing a portrait painting always feels like a grand accomplishment to me. A lot of work goes into these, from the initial construction of the canvas, to measuring proportions and sketching out the image, toContinue reading “Oil Portrait for the Holidays”
Here’s some recent progress on the portrait painting I’m currently working on: I just have to paint in the marina in the background, and her husband next to her! It’s still quite a bit of work left – each person takes around 20 hours to draw and paint. The background probably takes about 10 hoursContinue reading “Progress on Portrait Painting”
Painting hair in a portrait painting can be rather tricky! If you’re like me and have very short hair, or even better yet (or worse?), if you’re bald, it’s rather easy. BUT, if you have a head full of curls, that is a whole ‘nother story! I’m not sure how other Artists do it, butContinue reading “Painting Hair”