One of six in a series of paintings depicting Aesop's Fables created for a gallery opening. The crow adds pebbles to the water so the water level becomes higher in order to drink the water. Synopsis of the fable: Necessity is the mother of invention.
A nationally recognized award winning watercolor artist and illustrator, my works have been published most recently in Watercolor Artist, April 2014, February 2013, October 2011, and February 2008; The Art of Watercolour, March 2012; and also in American Artist, June 2007.
I thoroughly enjoy the challenge of variation. Creating paintings in a series using a common theme allows me to focus on a particular subject matter of interest, but changing that subject for the next series is absolutely necessary to retain interest. I approach each painting with the thought of wanting to return to review it again at a later date. If I can capture that interest within myself, the content and execution of the painting is successful. Using my...
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