Acrylic painting of two children sitting on a couch with a corn plant on either side of them. With wood paneling on the walls. 2 cups of juice and chocolate chip cookies sitting on the coffee table. The little girl has on a denim dress, and the little boy has on a checkered shirt. This is a painting of a family friend’s grandchildren.
Artist: Cynthia Powers Medium: Watercolor Size: 14×16
My latest watercolor painting. It shows a white house, with two palm trees on the left hand corner of picture. There are three pine trees behind the house, with some folage in the background. A couple of seagulls are flying on the upper left.
I will be teaching a series of three classes, in “Watercolor Realism”. If you are in the Charlotte/Matthews area, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org to register for these classes! The first round of three classes, starts this Saturday, Sept. 14th, from 10am-12 noon, at Cheap Joe’s in Matthews, located in the Galleria Shopping Center and will continue Saturday, Sept. 21st, and Saturday, Sept. 28th. Another round of three classes will start on Saturday, Oct. 5th, and continue for the next two Saturdays! The cost for three classes is $90. Please contact me to register, as class rounds are limited to five people each and are filling up fast! You will need to provide your own supplies, however I can provide subject material for those that are beginners, to those that are accomplished, in their watercolor work!
A few months ago I was commissioned to paint a portrait of children. The family seemed very pleased with what I had done. The portrait is of three cute children. Two little boys in stripped shirts are sitting on either side of their sister, who was wearing a polka-dotted dress. They are sitting on what looks like something a photographer would use when posing people for a photo, which is exactly what he did.
Title: “Smoky’s Place”
Size: 14X18 inches
Price: Original $600
Prints: 16X20 inches $100 ea
Smoky is a black lab I was introduced to by some friends at Ocracoke Island, N.C. Even though he has passed on, he still lives in our hearts. He is relaxing on what I call my favorite wharf on Ocracoke Island. It is a hot summer day and he is off duty from retrieving waterfowl for my friend, Dan Robinson. The pelicans swimming along side the dock are in no danger from him on this day.