Port Washington in March – 16×20″ Framed Watercolor,
Number 6 in the January Challenge “Skies”
Framed in grey wood, $300
June & July 2022: Croatia with Photos by Lynne Buell and Watercolors by Irene Taylor – American Family Gallery, Downtown Pewaukee
Gerbera Daisies – Plein Air – July 2022 – Unframed 16×20 $100
April & May Kickstart Watercolor Show, Downtown Pewaukee American Family Gallery – 12 Artists included from the online group.
“Cape Daisy” – A watercolor done on 18×24″ Aquabord,
3/4″ thick, that requires no framing (much like a wrapped canvas). Sealed. $200
Also for the Kickstart Show in April & May:
“Amaryllis in Opera” – Framed size – 23×19″ $300
Trying out a watercolor board by Ampersand called Aquabord
The “Blue Day” on the lakefront. The water and sky – straight out of the tube that day
When the sun is at about 10 O’Clock high, the sparks fly.
This is “Upper Park” on Lake Michigan in Port Washington.
Framed in a 19×24″ light, brushed grey – $200
The challenge in “Looking Up” was to convey a backlit maple that was slightly wet
“One Cold Hand” – I spent the winter focusing on lighting and shadows. This was the best result. The dog found the glove in the park on a cold winter’s day.
“The Whistler” – Another favorite after studying shadows. This one usig spotlighting efforts. This very loud teakettle was Ted’s – found at a thrift store. It’s marked “Mirro Company” on the bottom. Made in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
“The Empty Chair” – these cast shadows have to be seen to try to emulate. You can’t make them up. Strong afternoon sun makes the coolest shadows.
“Sanibel Sundown” is portraying lowlight, putting the sandy beach into darkness and the sandpipers making their individual shadows before all the light is lost – On Display at Madison Pyle Center
“Tulip Royalty” – This bunch displays backlighting – made from a lamp on a dreary February day. Tulips from Pick and Save – $5
From a team effort at a mural on the wall at Kirkland Medical Center
Gifted – Arizona Guard – Pastel – Gifted