Thursday, December 17, 2015


Paint from a picture taken from the Live model painting session at the Chaffey Museum of Art.

10" x 12" Watercolor

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Friday, December 4, 2015

Don't tell me..

this is the contrition of the previous post "Have you hear".

5" x 7" oil on panel

5" x 7" oil on panel

Friday, June 19, 2015

Have You Heard?

Last summer I went to Edmonds, WA to take the ferry to cross Puget Sound to the Olympic National Park. This is in downtown Edmonds where people lined up in front of a theater to watch a show.

5" x 7" oil on board

Orange Slices

6" x 6" oil on board


Live model painting session at CCMA this month.

11" x 14" oil on canvas

This is Charlie

This is Charlie, my artist friend Martha's horse boarding at the Scudder Farm. We tried our best to paint him as fast as we can.

8" x 10" oil on RayMar panel

The Barn at Baker Scudder Farm

After a week of cold misty weather I was happy to get out and enjoy the beautiful quiet horse farm. My artist friend Martha arranged this site  for our 'UUGAS' artist group plein air day. It was a cloudy morning to begin with and the sun finally peak out at noon.

8" x 10" oil on RayMar panel

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Fly High

8" x 11" in Watercolor

In the woods

I have been taking watercolor lesson for more than a year now. I will start posting some of the painting I did.
This one is from the photo I took while vacationing in Mazama in east slope of  north Cascades of Washington. The log cabin we stayed in is in the woods where you can smell the fresh pine in the air.

11" x 14" in watercolor

Friday, March 20, 2015

Ths is paradise

Cat Austin has been with us for sixteen years and his heart has finally give in. We bid him goodbye yesterday while he was resting comfortably with my arm around him.
I painted this on a watercolor paper with 2 layers of gesso. This painting is a memory for Austin.

8" x 11" on gesso watercolor paper

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

My Shepherd is calling

After a long painful period of pinched sciatic nerve since Christmas, I finally getting better and pick up my paint brush. This watercolor is to celebrate Chinese New Year, the Year of Sheep. Chinese use 'Three Sheeps' to represent the spring season is in full form and a good year begins.

watercolor on Arches paper 9" x 12"