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Paintings and Prints of:

Acrylic Paintings

Alaska

Animals

Cape Cod

ChagrinFalls

Chautauqua

Florals/Still Lifes

France

Greece/ Turkey

Hawaii

Hilton Head

Kiawah

Lakeside

Monet's Garden

Montages

Naples, FL

Niagara on the Lake

Pensacola Beach

Provence

Rural Landscapes

Sanibel

San Miguel MX

Sea,Boats,Sunsets

Sparrow Village/
South Africa

Steamboat Springs, CO

Trinidad

Tuscany

Venice, Italy

Watercolor onCanvas
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LESSONS IN WATERCOLOR
All about Watercolor Paper

on R-tistx Board & Claybord®

How to Paint Crystal and Lace

Painting with Color!

How to Paint Clouds

How to Paint Water Reflections
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My trip to Venice was shrouded in rain and snow. We saw very little sunshine, but that doesn't put a damper on the desire to paint. Sunshine does make it better, however! The uniqueness of this city, with its canals in place of roads, adds a unique quality to the landscape....reflections, boats, birds, beggars, tourists, activity and charm. There is a painting in every corner.

Gliding on the Canal, Venice

Image: 15" x 11"

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Grand Canal Gondolas

Image: 15" x 11"

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red umbrella

The Red Umbrella

Oil on Canvas (with gallery wrap)

12' x 12" (SOLD)

As many people see sunshine in Venice, it does rain! And I experienced several days of that!

Prints are available on:

FineArtAmerica.com

 Laundry Day,
Every Day in Venice

Image: 5.75" x 11"

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Rialto Rhythm

Image: 11" x 14"

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Tourists in all kinds of Weather,
St. Mark's Square, Venice

Image: 15" x 22"

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The Gondola Garage, VENICE

Image: 18" x 24"

painted on R-tistx Board

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