July Watercolors

This month turned out to be quite a boondoggle, and I did not get through a full slate of 16+ watercolor sketches as part of my watercolor sketch resolution. As unfortunate as that was, I still have artwork I produced during the month to share.  I painted 3 detailed watercolors and also had fun creating digital, graphic posters inspired by vintage racing artwork.

I’ll be back next month with watercolor sketches, as usual.¬† I hope you see you then!

3 12 x 16 Watercolors

These 3 watercolors are based on pencil sketches I did last summer in Italy. This is of a view from Taormina, in Sicily, looking towards the Ionian Sea. I used an incomplete sky on this one to bring some focus to the flowery ruins on the left.

Also in Taormina, this is a view (on a slightly hazy day) of the great Mount Etna.

An obelisk found in the Borghese Park, in Rome.

Racing-Inspired Digital Posters

Fun racing poster exploration with graphic colors and strong geometric shapes. Adobe Illustrator.

Exploring a fun combo of linear shapes with organic flames. Adobe Illustrator.