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.

Sunday, December 20, 2009


Plein air watercolor. Cold, wet and blustery.
Impossible for watercolor. This was painted from
the warmth of the car. These two old wooden
sail boats were being tossed around in the rollers.
Definitely not a day for sailing.


Anonymous said...

Doug, It might have been cold. wet and blustery.....but you have captured it so well. thank ;you for stopping by my blog recently.

Double "D" said...

Maggie, your very kind and thank you!
It was my pleasure visiting your site. Wonderful
paintings, really like your vision and creativity.

Has your showing started at the tea house and gallery yet. I wish you a great success. Hope you sell out.
I hope your Christmas is joyful and that the new year brings you many opportunities to succeed.

Marian Fortunati said...

It even LOOKS cold, Doug!!

Tell me ... why do you have two different blogs???

I always enjoy your work!

Alina Chau said...


Gary Keimig said...

very nice watercolor Doug. great blog

Double "D" said...

Thats a great question.
I can't remember what my original plan
for this one. Must have been too many
drugs or too few, which ever.
I think I'm going to take this one down and
just stick with the double d blog.
Thanks for rattling my chain.

Karen Bruson said...

Great painting. That could not have been easy with moving boats. Nice colors. I love the green of the trees and the boat.
Oh, and thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

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Mary Sheehan Winn said...

fabulous painting! Hope you're again!! Merry Christmas.