I feel privilege to have painted so many beautiful homes - small ones and large ones. The image here at the top shows a beautiful home in St. Albans, MO. This french style home has a view over the Missouri river. It was fun to do this watercolor.
Below are other images of my work. You will also find some art from museums all over the world. Those paintings inspire me and wish I could have some of those paintings at my home.
I love this painting
The light, the trees, the yellow door and the overall setting makes this watercolor painting one of my favorites. I painted this a few years ago for the owner.
I wish spring was here!
This painting by Anton Mauve show a Dutch scene. Farmers on their way home in the snow. It’s a beautiful painting, but I’m sure it was a cold day.
The Road across the Snow - Watercolor on paper.
Anton Mauve (Dutch, 1838–1888)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Wall street 1831 - the watercolor bank
This watercolor depicts the United States Branch Bank on Wall Street in 1831. You wouldn’t think it looked like that when you see Wall Street today! It’s a beautiful painting.
United States Branch Bank, Wall Street - Watercolor and graphite
on off-white paper.
Charles W. Burton 1831
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, NY
The way the sun shines behind the trees makes this painting special. A great house in a beautiful setting!
Again, this is one of my favorites. It's an old gorgeous Ladue, St. Louis home. The light hits the left side of the home and is leading your eye into the composition. I painted this for Janet McAfee Realtors in St. Louis. They gave it as gift to the sellers.
This is one of my first watercolors and was a charity job. The dark wood and brick of this home contrast nicely in the winter landscape. The home is located in Kirkwood, MO