For many years I enjoyed the Spring arts and crafts festival which was located downtown St. Augustine in the park. The artists would set up on the lush grass, displaying their white tents and beautiful crafts. I would gravitate to the watercolor artists, noticing their skillfully painted images with brilliant colors. They seemed to love being in St. Augustine and enthusiastically chatting about everything but their pintings. Their work showed the energy and skill which they acquired. I love living in St. Augustine, painting the beautiful images of this old town.
My line and wash paintings are considered impressionistic. I love to see artwork that is loose but true to the particular form. As an artist, my goal in each painting is to use as little strokes as possible and try not to focus on the details. The wide brush strokes give my paintings an easy flow to the various colors and shapes.