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Watercolor and Ink Pen
I’ve worked in watercolor since my undergraduate days at the University of North Texas. I was lucky to study watercolor with Rob Erdle at the University of North Texas. While I paint in acrylic and oil I continue to come back to the medium of watercolor as a preferred vehicle for my artwork.

I enjoy the transparency of the medium and watercolor’s ability to convey a sense of the ephemeral. The progression of working in watercolor and building up veils of color appeals to the process-orientated artist in me.

“24”, Watercolor on paper “44”, Watercolor on paper “Breast Men”, Watercolor on canvas
“But…Fischl”, watercolor on canvas “Hannah and Selma”, watercolor and hand-sewn human hair on canvas . “In Spite of Ourselves”, hand-sewn human hair on canvas “Shake your Hips Like Battleships”, watercolor on canvas
“Sloppy and Droopy”, watercolor on paper “Undesired”, watercolor on paper "Origin of the World", 2010 "Hustle and Cuss", 2010
“Big Red Sun Blues”, 2010 “You’re Pretty Good Looking for a Girl”, 2010 Mama's Got a Squeezebox Lonely Girls
Jumble, Jumble: The Funbags Hit'em Up Style Got to Move Personage #1
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