• Reflection – See the sea?
    Just a quick morning doodle. IMG_9202

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    Reflection - See the sea? Just a quick morning doodle. IMG_9202
    Reflection – See the sea? Just a quick morning doodle. IMG_9202
  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

    Cute. I love bunnies.

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

    So sweet. The hearts are a nice addition.

    • Thank you Jeromy!!!! I am doing a 100 day challenge for hearts so this was a great way to let them shine. lol 🙂

  • As always you outdo yourself! Lovely.

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

    Adorable!

  • Jeromy Winter posted artwork 5 months ago

    The Kiss
    I’m back! Three day holiday. Hoping to get time to paint this weekend. Faces have always been so difficult for me. I took a stab at today’s prompt, “kisses.” This is truly a doodle. I only spent a short time developing this painting. I need to practice creating faces. IMG_9152

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    The Kiss I\'m back! Three day holiday. Hoping to get time to paint this weekend. Faces have always been so difficult for me. I took a stab at today\'s prompt, \"kisses.\" This is truly a doodle. I only spent a short time developing this painting. I need to practice creating faces. IMG_9152
    The Kiss I’m back! Three day holiday. Hoping to get time to paint this weekend. Faces have alw
  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 5 months, 3 weeks ago

    I love the bright blue against the vibrant yellow. So nicely done.

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    Oh my goodness. So very beautiful. I love the composition. I like how the pot and plant flow off the page.

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    So very cute! Ouch. I want to tell the little guy, “Don’t touch it. It will hurt.” 🙂 Nicely done.

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    I love the colors. I have recently tried my hand at growing succulents. There are so many colors, sizes, and shapes. So much fun to grow and paint. 🙂

  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    I love the background of this piece. It is all beautifully done.

  • Jeromy Winter commented on the post, Taking A Rest 6 months ago

    Beautiful painting. I love using pen and watercolor together. Some of my favorite art are pieces I created using the two. I find myself practicing many different techniques and styles. I wonder if I should settle on a style and finetune my technique in that form. It is all just so much fun! Thank you for sharing your beautiful art.

  • Jeromy Winter posted 5 pieces of art 6 months ago

    Cactus
    One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead…[Read more]

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    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead of my mom on my small motorcycle. We were riding along a thin, short ravine. I had a difficult time staying steady on the bumpy dirt road and fell down the ravine into a spiny cactus. My mom lifted me and, for many minutes, pulled cactus spines from my hands and legs. With this experience, you would think cacti would be the last thing I would want to paint. We had many other great times in the desert. One of the most beautiful places in California is the Joshua Tree National Park. We have taken our children (now teenagers) to visit the desert. Here you will see my cactus doodles, as well as a photograph of the type of cactus I remember falling into. Desert34IMG_2234IMG_2782IMG_6722IMG_7808
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead of my mom on my small motorcycle. We were riding along a thin, short ravine. I had a difficult time staying steady on the bumpy dirt road and fell down the ravine into a spiny cactus. My mom lifted me and, for many minutes, pulled cactus spines from my hands and legs. With this experience, you would think cacti would be the last thing I would want to paint. We had many other great times in the desert. One of the most beautiful places in California is the Joshua Tree National Park. We have taken our children (now teenagers) to visit the desert. Here you will see my cactus doodles, as well as a photograph of the type of cactus I remember falling into. Desert34IMG_2234IMG_2782IMG_6722IMG_7808
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead of my mom on my small motorcycle. We were riding along a thin, short ravine. I had a difficult time staying steady on the bumpy dirt road and fell down the ravine into a spiny cactus. My mom lifted me and, for many minutes, pulled cactus spines from my hands and legs. With this experience, you would think cacti would be the last thing I would want to paint. We had many other great times in the desert. One of the most beautiful places in California is the Joshua Tree National Park. We have taken our children (now teenagers) to visit the desert. Here you will see my cactus doodles, as well as a photograph of the type of cactus I remember falling into. Desert34IMG_2234IMG_2782IMG_6722IMG_7808
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead of my mom on my small motorcycle. We were riding along a thin, short ravine. I had a difficult time staying steady on the bumpy dirt road and fell down the ravine into a spiny cactus. My mom lifted me and, for many minutes, pulled cactus spines from my hands and legs. With this experience, you would think cacti would be the last thing I would want to paint. We had many other great times in the desert. One of the most beautiful places in California is the Joshua Tree National Park. We have taken our children (now teenagers) to visit the desert. Here you will see my cactus doodles, as well as a photograph of the type of cactus I remember falling into. Desert34IMG_2234IMG_2782IMG_6722IMG_7808
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    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Cactus One of my favorite things to paint and admire are cacti. Growing up, my dad raced motorcycles in the Mojave Desert. I am very familiar with the California desert surroundings as I spent many hours riding through the landscape. As young kids, my brother and I had a little motorcycle. One time, around the age of eight, I remember riding ahead of my mom on my small motorcycle. We were riding along a thin, short ravine. I had a difficult time staying steady on the bumpy dirt road and fell down the ravine into a spiny cactus. My mom lifted me and, for many minutes, pulled cactus spines from my hands and legs. With this experience, you would think cacti would be the last thing I would want to paint. We had many other great times in the desert. One of the most beautiful places in California is the Joshua Tree National Park. We have taken our children (now teenagers) to visit the desert. Here you will see my cactus doodles, as well as a photograph of the type of cactus I remember falling into. Desert34IMG_2234IMG_2782IMG_6722IMG_7808
  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    Thank you.

  • Jeromy Winter posted 2 pieces of art 6 months ago

    Eye – Looking Through a Keyhole
    I drew this picture as a prompt a couple of years ago. Today I developed that picture into a watercolor painting to fit the Doodlewash prompt of “eye”. I had so much fun developing the colors and textures on this painting. IMG_2547IMG_7959

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    Eye - Looking Through a Keyhole I drew this picture as a prompt a couple of years ago. Today I developed that picture into a watercolor painting to fit the Doodlewash prompt of \"eye\". I had so much fun developing the colors and textures on this painting. IMG_2547IMG_7959
    Eye – Looking Through a Keyhole I drew this picture as a prompt a couple of years ago. Today I
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Eye - Looking Through a Keyhole I drew this picture as a prompt a couple of years ago. Today I developed that picture into a watercolor painting to fit the Doodlewash prompt of \"eye\". I had so much fun developing the colors and textures on this painting. IMG_2547IMG_7959
    Eye – Looking Through a Keyhole I drew this picture as a prompt a couple of years ago. Today I
  • Jeromy Winter posted a new activity comment 6 months ago

    🙂 No, “hot mess” = not good. Any opportunity to paint is fun. I am my own worst critic.

  • Jeromy Winter posted artwork 6 months ago

    One of my favorite places to be is on the ocean. We can make it to the beach in about two and a half hours from our house. Growing up, I spent many days vacationing at the beach. I still love spending time at Morro Bay and Monterey, California. Both places offer sightings of the California Sea Otter. It is fun to watch them dive down and come up…[Read more]

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    One of my favorite places to be is on the ocean. We can make it to the beach in about two and a half hours from our house. Growing up, I spent many days vacationing at the beach. I still love spending time at Morro Bay and Monterey, California. Both places offer sightings of the California Sea Otter. It is fun to watch them dive down and come up with something to eat. They lounge in the sun wrapped in the seaweed with their babies. Here is a painting of one of my favorite animals. IMG_5096 2
    One of my favorite places to be is on the ocean. We can make it to the beach in about two and a half
  • Jeromy Winter posted 6 pieces of art 6 months ago

    Shells
    I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I…[Read more]

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    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town a
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town a
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town a
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
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    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town a
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
    Jeromy Winter posted an update
    Shells I took a little trip to Morro Bay, California over my Christmas break. This is a small town about two and a half hours away from where I live. I grew up vacationing in Morro Bay and still love to spend time off there. I went alone which offered me some time to practice urban or Plein Air Painting. It was terrific fun. In my journal, I painted a main picture on the right page, wrote on the left, and added a small accent to the left. I traveled to Spooner\'s Cove one day. There is a rock formation in the ocean near the beach. Many small shells can be found on the rocky beach. The second place is in Morro Bay and shows Morro Rock. I painted on a deck while having lunch, overlooking the bay and rock. IMG_6273IMG_3566IMG_2661IMG_8151IMG_5975IMG_4723
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