Sunday, January 21, 2018

Watercolor Time

I've been getting back into painting more with watercolor recently. It's so different than oils and, though I began with watercolors when I was a kid, it still can feel like a new and difficult medium - but can also be so fun and satisfying!
Here are some recent works from late fall until now:

Late October watercolor #1, approx. 5 x 8"

Late October watercolor #2, approx. 8 x 5"

Last Color, watercolor, approx. 8 x 11"

Overgrown, watercolor, approx. 8 x 11"

Damp Leaves, watercolor, approx. 11 x 8"

Moss Green, watercolor, approx. 5 x 8"

The Still Meadow, watercolor, approx. 8 x 5"

Brown and Gray, watercolor, approx. 5 x 8"

November Dusk, watercolor, approx. 5 x 8" sold

Winter Birch Portrait, watercolor, approx. 11 x 8"

Brown December, watercolor, approx. 7 x 11". sold

Evening Snow Clouds, watercolor, approx. 7.5 x 9.25. sold

Moody Snow Clouds, watercolor, approx. 7.25 x 9.25. sold

Snow on the Tree Trunk, watercolor, approx. 5 x 4.75. sold


  1. Hannah,

    All of your watercolor works are handled so well here,they all are so impressive!I spend a lot of time with nature and our creator,and your eye for capturing its beauty in the grasses, trees,earth etc. are so well depicted on paper that I feel as if I am there, and I have been there!I see so much of what you see when I am walking the Whitewater area and taking in its beauty by its colors, smells,and touchings that all of it harbors!As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder!!It is nice to look at your works and actually be there in time! Thank you!I can even smell the air that is your works!! and taste the snow and grasses!Keep up the tremendous work!

    Old Man in Whitewater