Celebrating nature’s revelation.

I believe that art is a celebration. When you create art you are celebrating life and the wonders that abound all around you.

Submissions to the 2017 Southern Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition

Submissions to the 2017 Southern Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition Mountains to Sea 04, Ferns Botanical Garden 53, Magnolia

Submissions to the 2017 Southern Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition
Mountains to Sea 04, Ferns, 15×22
Botanical Garden 53, Magnolia, 15×22

Submissions to the 2017 Lyndon House Juried Exhibition

2017 Lyndon House Juried Exhibition Entries Full moon on a cloudy night; 18x15, watercolor Late summer Magnolias; 15x22, watercolor Botanical Garden 5b, Swamp Hibiscus and Marsh Mallow; 22x15, watercolor celebrate

Submissions 2017 Lyndon House Juried Exhibition Entries
Full moon on a cloudy night; 18×15, watercolor
Botanical Garden 49, Late summer Magnolias; 15×22, watercolor
Botanical Garden 55, Swamp Hibiscus, and Marsh Mallow; 22×15, watercolor

To paint a landscape is to embrace a sense of place. It is not simply the visual but the expression of a deeper experience celebrating the moment in color, contour, and contrast.

celebrating with Botanical Garden 71, Opening 11x15, Mixed Media (watercolor and charcoal

Botanical Garden 71, Opening 11×15, Mixed Media (watercolor and charcoal

Celebrating with Botanical Garden 68, Yellow Coneflowers 7x5, watercolor

Botanical Garden 68, Yellow Coneflowers 7×5, watercolor

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My goal is to share the peace, joy, and beauty I find in nature while hiking the hills and mountains or walking along the stream bottoms and hollers of my native Piedmont and the Blue Ridge Mountains.

celebrating January 2017 submissions to Wetlands 2017 and the 42nd Annual Lyndon House Exhibitions

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