Terrece Beesley

Watercolor Paintings | Ordinary Scenes Made Extraordinary
The Bridge

5″ x 7″ watercolor. I’m channeling John Marin in this painting. Its lots of fun to walk away from reality.

83 – The Bridge

A Day at the Beach

5″ x 7″ watercolor on Aqua Bord. I took hundreds of photos during a recent trip to Costa Rica and combined figures for this painting. My challenge was to quickly and decisively paint the figures.

82 – A Day at the Beach

Little Cowboy

5″ x 7″ watercolor. I borrowed a photograph from my daughter for this painting. It won a Jurors Award at a recent show.

81 – Little Cowboy

Homecoming

5″ x 7″ Brusho painting on Aqua Bord. I played around with Brusho pigments for this painting, letting them determine where the painting would go. Brusho pigments are actually dyes, so forget about washing them out of anything, including your clothes.

80 – Homecoming

Ice Storm

5″ x 7″ watercolor. I loved painting this – ┬áthe pouring, masking, and dabbing felt great after some of my more detailed work.

79 – Ice Storm

Jalopy on the Farm

5″ x 7″ watercolor on Aqua Bord. I really wanted to paint an old car. The colors in this image seem “off” to me.

78 – Jalopy

Sunset by the Ocean

5″x 7″ watercolor on Agua Bord. For this painting, I was interested in painting clouds at sunset.The grainy texture is caused by the Aqua Bord Surface. I’m not crazy about that.

77 – Sunset by the Ocean

Wet on wet landscape painting

5″x7″ watercolor on cold press paper. I painted this landscape totally wet-on-wet, which is the approach that I totally love.

#76 Misty Autumn Landscape

Floral Abstract

Occasionally I see abstract paintings on Pinterest that I admire and want to try their approach. I have lost the name of the artist who inspired this little painting. If I find it, I will give him/her credit. It was fun to paint, but not…

#75 Floral Abstract

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