I capture moments in watercolor. Whether an old barn, a beloved family pet, fishermen on a pier or children on the beach, I believe there is a personal story to be told through color, motion and character.
When I paint, I love a big, water-filled brush and strive to create an abstract, fresh feel in my work. The simple look of an eye, a wag of a tail or even a full, color-filled brush stroke can showcase the narrative of a piece and hopefully entice the viewer to return for another look. And if one looks very closely, they will also find a surprise bit of whimsy in my each of my paintings. As part of my signature, I hide a paintbrush in every piece, something my kids told me to do years ago, and I encourage all of my buyers to ‘find their personal paintbrush!’
I have painted throughout Virginia and the Outer Banks and have buyers from Boston to South Carolina. I accept a limited number of commissions annually and am represented by the Midlothian Art Academy Feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and thank you for your interest in my art!