Painting in watercolor isn't a talent. It's a form of art I have been learning over years of continual practice. Everywhere I go, I seem to carry my camera. After all, creating a good work means being prepared. I start out the same with a light pencil drawing putting in my main focus and details I want the viewer to notice. It take me approximately 40 hours to do a studio painting. What I love is to start a painting with a neutral wash as an under painting, then paint layer upon layer, allowing me to set the mood.
I paint for the sheer joy of it and to constantly learn. My hope is to capture the viewer's attention and their imagination. I belong to the New Mexico Watercolor Society, New Mexico Art League, and Women of Watercolor of Summit County.
My husband, Ralph and I live in Dillon, CO. and in Corrales, NM.
You can reach me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 414-1382.