Tag Archives: plein air

Mary Colter's Desert View Watchtower

Grand Canyon Inspires Painting Pursuit

The Grand Canyon is an inspiring place for hiking, painting, and photographing, which you probably know because I’ve written about art in the Grand Canyon before. During social isolation due to Covid-19, I’ve been able to make virtual trips to the Grand Canyon via painting scenes and moments of my previous visits to the canyon. […]

Painting Florida’s Palm Trees

Each week or so, I try to pick a theme for my painting.  These past couple of weeks, I have been looking at Florida’s palm trees. I had a couple of cigar box panels made from Honduran and Dominican Republic cedar.  Light. Rather pretty. So I prepped the panels and then painted palm trees on […]

Raven in Watercolor by Judy Robinson

Grand Canyon raven watercolor

A watercolor portrait of a raven was created during my recent hiking and painting trip to the Grand Canyon. As I took photos of a raven sitting on a fence rail, I talked to the bird, telling it I admired its glistening feathers. I think its response indicated that it wasn’t interested in conversing unless […]