Watercolors were my first painting love. My Mother taught me to always use the best materials you can. "You never know when a painting will turn out well and you don't want it on bad paper." Watercolors are light and quick and easy to carry when traveling or hiking. Leaving areas of the paper white is so important to the design. It is a different way of seeing than oil painting. The Grand TetonWater LineWaves, Dune GrassesBalsamrootGiant Tortoise, Galápagos IslandsCalliope Mother and ChildIndian PaintbrushLate Summer Indian PaintbrushSustenanceWaves Off PierAzaleaCasa Luna Azul, Manzanillo, MexicoPetit Tabac, Tobago CaysRocca d'Orcia, TuscanyMontalcino, Tuscany, Italy, seen from the park in TravaglioSubito (below) PiensaSummer Cipressi, Toscana