The paintings you see here are impressionistic in the classic watercolor style of 19th and 20th century artists such as John Singer Sargent, Raoul Dufy and John Marin. What I love about these artists is how effortless their work seems, and my goal is to work with that looseness and spontaneity. Watercolor lends itself to creating unexpected effects, which is something I welcome.
My watercolors have been commissioned by financial, health and educational institutions, performing arts organizations, museums, and book and magazine publishers. Recent work includes assignments for the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Opera, Centreville Bank, RI, the Cipriani Hotel in Venice, Italy, as well as many private commissions.
In addition to watercolor, I work in various media and can provide finished art in traditional or digital formats. My graphic design studio can provide fully-designed pieces ready for print or digital output.
Fine art (giclée) prints in a variety of sizes and surfaces are available for purchase of many of the images you see here. Licensing and reproduction rights are also available. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for information about sizes and prices.
The painting of the Mustard Fields, Rajasthan (above) appears in the 2016 Calendar of watercolors of India. You can see all 12 images here. A limited number of calendars are for sale at $20 each, including shipping, while supplies last. To order, please contact: email@example.com