Tag Archives: watercolor
More warmups, using faces from two sources. The first set is from Alex Kayser’s book, Heads. The photos are all black and white, so I can’t really know what the actual skin colors are. The second set is from photos … Continue reading
There’s a row of buildings facing a railroad track in a semi-developed part of town, most of which are functioning businesses. But one of them is an old wooden building with windows askew and gaping holes, so falling-apart that it … Continue reading
Shadow has come out of his crate and now naps in any of three dog beds scattered around the house. He also shows the usual doggy interest in squirrels when we walk through the park. Tomorrow he’s on his way … Continue reading
Another painting of Charlotte the rat terrier, in progress.
Charlotte is a rat terrier who’s been staying with me for a few days until she goes to rescue. I wanted to catch the way she tilts her head when she looks up at me, although this top down view … Continue reading
Shipping cranes, viewed from Shoreline Park. The day I was there, an inflatable bouncer tent had been set up on the grass.
Morning drizzle, the darkest shadows were on this little tree, and all around were muted colors.
Late afternoon oak tree and shadows in Dimond Park.
Here There sculpture is a giant sign sculpture on the Berkeley-Oakland border. The word “Here”, in 9-foot tall powder coated steel, sits on the Berkeley side, and the word “There” on the Oakland side. Sculpture by Steve Gillman and Katherine … Continue reading
Three views from a spot on a hill in Dimond Park. Looking uphill: a man, a boy, and a tiny dog. In front of me, a slope with a parade of trees: And downhill, the sun backlighting treetops: