Would you like a frame with that? When you buy a piece of art on the internet, do you expect it to be sent to you framed and ready to hang or not? In the past, I’ve offered my work online without a frame. My reasoning was that this kept down shipping costs and allowed […]
And the lucky winners are….. Lorry and Kaye. Congratulations to you both! I will put the art card sets in the mail to you. Enjoy! Thanks to all who signed up during my spring sale and art cards giveaway, and many thanks to all my long time fans and supporters. Happy Spring!
Tomorrow I will announce the two winners of my Spring art cards giveaway. Stay tuned! If you haven’t signed up yet, you still have a chance to be one of the winners. Just enter your name and email below this post. Winners will be drawn at random Tuesday, March 21, at 15:00 Western European time. […]
I’d like to share another painting from my new art cards set, a painting entitled “Autumn in the Meadowlands”, which I painted in November of 2015. A landscape clothed in muted hues of greens and purples conveys the misty atmosphere of those autumn days in the north of Holland that I love so much. Cards […]
Today, I am featuring another painting from my new art cards set, “Dimming of the Day” (2015). This watercolor is of a landscape in Turkey – you may have guessed from the mountains in the distance that it isn’t Holland…* I was attracted by the silhouette of the trees flanking the dirt road, and the […]
Featuring one of six cards in my new art cards set, this painting is called “Field with Distant Junipers”. This was painted in June of 2016, but it’s showing a landscape not far from where I live as it looks in early Spring. I loved the variety of colors in the foreground field, the silhouette […]
While a blizzard is blasting the East Coast of the United States, spring is nevertheless around the corner. To celebrate the season of hope and new beginnings, I am offering a new set of art cards, on sale for €15 (approximately $15.95) through March 21st. This is a boxed set of 6 cards with envelopes. […]
For the past two year’s I’ve been fortunate to participate in FabrianoInAquarello, an international watercolor exhibition and convention in Fabriano, Italy – the eponymous town of the famous paper mill. Though unfortunately I haven’t been able to travel to Fabriano in person, it’s been an honor to have my work in the exhibition and to be […]