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21 x 28
The white Sycamore trees near Sedona, Arizona and the white stone wall called for something unusual… the red sky. Visitors to the area seemed to enjoy leisurely walking and resting among these sculptural trees.
Tree Study with Poplars
14 x 21 Unframed
My interest in painting all kinds of trees includes the poplar trees which grow so old in New Mexico where I was painting both fall and summer. Their leaves turn yellow to yellow orange in the fall. In this study, I just suggested the reflections of the trees in what might be moving water of a stream.
Sycamore Trees at Terlingua, NM
14 x 19 Unframed
A short distance south of Sedona there is a typical Spanish style shopping/dining area with these white trees all through the site. The sunlight casts cool shadows, but the sun on the earth bounces the warm glow back into the shadow side… a condition that establishes the time of day, kind of weather.
14 x 21 Unframed
A warm dominance is used to give this painting a fall color as the pumpkins ripen for their special time. The white silo picks up reflected warmth on its shadow side, giving a feeling of the kind of weather.
New Mexico Horse Ranch
14 x 20 Unframed
While we were painting by the side of a county road, the owner of this ranch invited us to visit the barn where he told us all about his Appaloosa horses, fascinating because of their spots like big freckles mostly on their back hips. What a beautiful area for a horse’s life, as well as for man.
Mr. Henry’s Barn
14 x 21′ Unframed
Naomi’s night scene technique has been written up in several art magazines and books including her own Variations in Watercolor published by North Light Publishers in 1981 (now out of print). International Artist and American Artist magazines are among those who featured her concept of depicting the mystery of night. “Mr. Henry’s Barn” was finished in March of 2014.
Lilies That Float
17 x 23 Unframed
To capture the essence of the flower petals, I try to convey the fresh, soft and bright qualities of most flowers. The newspaper had a story with photos stating that a family had donated their collection of water lilies to the park department, and it was only a few blocks from where we were painting. It was my first chance to see them in living form – a new challenge.