Another watercolor featuring a collection of things catching my eye while walking down the alleys in my neighborhood. Watercolor on paper 7.5″ x 8″. The car is a late 1960’s Ford Galaxy. Below clockwise are pictures of a weather vane, Grape Hyacinth, raspberries, and a quirky little sign I saw on a garage door. … Continue reading Alley Artifacts #3
ay “Ola” to Tonala-style cat, Lisa. Acrylic and watercolor on paper. 7.5″ x 6.5″.
Beautiful Rosa is another example of a Tanala Pottery Cat. She’s decorated with cactus and yucca flowers.
Watercolor on paper. 6.5″x8.5″. Rosa is available for adoption. Email me email@example.com if you would like to make her your own.
This watercolor is based on a Tanala pottery cat my parents got during a trip to Mexico. The original kitty sits by the fireplace. I named this cat “Eduardo” because he looked to me like an Eduardo. Watercolor on paper. 6’x5″. Eduardo is available for adoption. Let me know if you’d like to make him your own.
I love wandering through the alleys in my neighborhood because I never know what I’ll see. My neighborhood was built in the early 1920 and there are all kinds of funky, vintage artifacts and architectural details. Even if it isn’t of any particular importance, I’m charmed to find these items in urban alleys. In this… Continue reading Alley Artifacts