Buoys on a Fence. Watercolor on paper. 13″x6″ (34cm x 16cm).
In land-locked Colorado you don’t expect to see buoys but here they were. Someone had strung these colorful buoys on their fence facing the alley. Ahoy there matey!
Alley Artifacts #9. Watercolor on paper. 7.5″x11″ (19cm x 29cm).
It’s Autumn and I see yellow and orange everywhere. So each of the images in this painting has some orange in it. Although the super cool custom van is slightly less fluorescent, it’s still a very bright, cheerful orange. As always each image is something I see while I’m walking around my Denver neighborhood.
Heidi Timer is a yoga instructor, active isolated stretching practitioner, and myofascial massage therapist with over 20 years of experience in the Health & Wellness industry. Heidi’s observation that “The emotional experience of life is stifled by our over productive and strictly structured modern lifestyles. We are too tired and too distracted by all our obligations to even realize that some of our suffering originates on an emotional or spiritual level” led her to develop an offering to help people reconnect with their lives in a magical and emotional way and start creating a life they love.
Tonala-style Hummingbirds. Watercolor on paper. 12”x8” (30cm x 21cm). With a beautiful poem by Emily Dickenson.
“Fierce Lil Bibi” is my creative alter ego. I created this for a class to show what my “expressive wild” self looks like.
Tonala-style Dolphin, “Tomas”. Watercolor on paper. 12”x8” (30cm x 21cm).
Tonala-style Cat, “Pedro”. Watercolor on paper. 8”x6” (20cm x 15cm). The pottery original this is based on is a little different in design than most Tonala cats. I like how human his face looks and the overall design has a lot more going on (love the deer).
As Pedro says, “Love is at the root of all good things.”
Alley Artifacts #8. Watercolor on paper. 8″x11″ (20cm x 29cm).
Watercolor on paper. 8″ x 8″ (20cm x 20cm). Something I can’t hear enough of during my day.