WATERCOLOR, WATERCOLOR.: 2009 continued.

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MI, United States
Painting and creating art has always been a huge part of my life. From a young child with pads of typing paper to the present ... an older experienced dude with pads of watercolor paper. My entire work life was as a commercial artist at all levels of the pecking order. I was born and partially raised on a farm and a small town. Midwest roots except the winters seem to be colder these days. I'm a family guy with kids and grandkids. Unfortunately I can be quite the procrastinator. Retirement does have it's drawbacks, but I can live with that one. Thanks for stopping by and showing interest in my blog.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Nebraska















Driving east across Nebraska at 70 mph I caught
a glimpse of this. I believe it's the Platte. Several
days later I searched my memory for this scene.
This was done on hot press Arches 140# watercolor
paper @ 10" x 15".

3 comments:

Thomas Lynch III said...

i love how it read so well so small!

fazrul arhan said...

how beautiful it is..i like the sky part so much!! truly great painting.

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

Painted from memory?! Amazing, that's how I remember that area. Lovely.