Working on my watercolor skills getting ready to travel again, whenever that might be. Little vignettes from memories of France, I miss the amazing architecture. This little painting has no pen and ink, I’m looking for ways to just work with a small brush for line work. Early process.
In the gallery you can also see the process to get to the final.
Original Cycling Art | 12×16 inches | Watercolor Paper | Watercolors
In this Fall Series of Cycling Art Paintings I’ve tried to capture some of what I see, and more importantly how I feel. I take rides almost every day and I’m always inspired by the nature I’m riding in. The colors of fall, the low light of the early sun – just stunning most days. Bright contrasting colors screaming at me or deep rich earthy tones, wet, muted values of color as the days get shorter and colder.
It won’t be long before I’m working on a winter series, so enjoy these last days of warmth and wonder.
Original Cycling Art | Unframed | 18×24 inches Watercolor Paper | 12×16 inch image area | Pen with Ink and Acrylic Paints
The Belgian Spring Classics are always full of wet roads, cobbles, cold days and exciting early season road racing. I’ve tried to give this loose wet watercolor painting the feeling of riding on wet roads. I just love the spring classics.
Original Cycling Art | 18×24 inches | Watercolor Paper | Watercolors with Ink on paper