Tag Archives: watercolor

Collage

I was posting images of my new collages about once a week or so, but recently been spending too many hours at the day job. This one went along pretty slowly, but it did move in the right direction: toward … Continue reading

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Therese Bolliger

A few years ago I saw the ink drawings of Therese Bolliger, and they have been an important reference for my own watercolors ever since. I found them very inspiring. The ink bleeds to the edge of an area of … Continue reading

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Again

The three abstract watercolors with erotic associations didn’t sell on eBay, so I’m trying three more, this time a bit more formalist. The results are disappointing, but not necessarily final. I just sold five watercolors in Toronto, so have every … Continue reading

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Learning

My ebay offerings are about learning how to sell art in this new context. It occurs to me that close up views might help, so I’m belatedly adding these to the listings, but it’s also enjoyable just to look at … Continue reading

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A Gesture

As part of an ongoing experiment to try for more control over my own market, I’ve put three watercolors on ebay. This first one is here. Another very comical one is here. Anecdotal evidence suggests this second one is quite … Continue reading

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Pink and Blue

I remember Shep and I lying on our backs on the floor of the Ca’ Rezzonico in Venice, staring up at a large Tiepolo ceiling in cotton candy pink and baby blue. That work, which was utterly strange to me … Continue reading

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