Thursday, June 23, 2011


Tao:  The state of effortless creation which is beyond craftsmanship and artistry.  Not there yet.  Probably never will get to that point, but a few of my latest efforts are showing progress in the "not so tight, breathe you moron" category.  Here are some of my watercolors, all starting with the letter S.

"Summer Afternoon"

"Shadows and Spots"

"Snail Mail"

These are all are little 8x10's on Arches 140 cp.  I'm trying to get an inventory
large enough that I can make them available online.

Note:  All above paintings have sold.  To see more like them go to:


Linda Sue said...

DAY-AMMN you are awesome! These are GORGEOUS! No problem selling online I am sure you won't be able to keep up! Love the grey background of your page too and the header and the everything of all that you do! Prints seem to do well on ETSY- probably because they are cheap- that's!

Terry and Linda said...

I agree with Linda Sue you will have NO Trouble selling your art! You are very, very good!


Sarah said...

Oh yes-make them available! All great! I love the little row of mailboxes the most I think, it just makes me feel relaxed somehow.

irinapictures said...

They are wonderful, drawing, composition, color.
I am so sorry you post them not so often.

Gayle said...

Love these but OMG, I am CRAZY about "snail mail". What a wonderful scene.

Anonymous said...

you are very talented. i love the first one especially.

Debbie said...

you have mad talent...these are all gorgeous!!

i can't possibly pick a favorite BUT the title "snail mail" was my favorite!!!

Anzu said...

(ノ゚ー゚)ノ☆ Wonderful !!
I'm looking forward to your skillful water color sketches now on.
We are happy to be able to appreciate your arts. I prefer the last one.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Leenie this are beautiful you are an amazing artist. Water colour is such a hard medium to get right. You have mastered this. I truly love these I love Snail Mail the best I think.In Canada right now we have No Mail. Wonderful work. B

susan m hinckley said...

Fantastic! I wonder what it would feel like to be you, Leenie -- pick up a brush and have that kind of beauty spill onto a page. So lovely. And it does my heart good to hear that someone else has to work a little to give up some control. LOVE THEM!

Far Side of Fifty said...

you are so very talented..I can hardly draw a stick man:(