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  • Signal Lantern – Naomi Brotherton

    $500.00

    Signal Lantern

    Framed 28 x 21

    Watercolor

    Many lanterns were used by the crews on the train, especially by the Brakeman who rode in the Caboose and waved signals to the Engineer before the train could move on. Found in storage, this lantern was larger, and appeared be a temporary signal at a switch in case of emergency. Became an interesting still life, don’t you think?

  • Caboose at a Switch – Naomi Brotherton

    $500.00

    Caboose at a Switch

    Framed 22 x 28

    Watercolor

    SOLD

    The caboose was a mysterious part of the train to me. Who had the privilege of riding in it? The Brakeman of course, and he conveyed his messages by hand-held flag or lantern signals. He literally rearranged the tracks at the switches as needed while the engineer awaited his signal to “go” or “back up.”

  • Caboose Abstraction – Naomi Brotherton

    $450.00

    Caboose Abstraction

    Framed 20 x 27

    Watercolor

    On car trips, we played a game to see if we could get to the next train crossing in time to see the caboose. Sometimes we were rewarded by a wave of the hand by one or more crew members.

  • Walking the Dog – Naomi Brotherton

    $550.00

    Walking the Dog

    Framed 21 x 27

    Watercolor

    The objective in my night scenes is to emphasize the mystery of night by having a large dark silhouette. While painting this dark area, a shape of a dog appeared in the shadows and I decided to “go with it”. I didn’t want the dog to be alone at night, so added the figure to complete the story.

  • Mom’s Treasure – Naomi Brotherton

    $495.00

    Mom’s Treasure

    Framed 22 x 18

    Watercolor

    This is part of a25th anniversary gift that my Mom used proudly, many times as she entertained friends. Painting silver is like painting a contorted mirror with its reflections which proved to be an interesting challenge.

  • Four Seasons 11 – Naomi Brotherton

    $475.00

    Four Seasons 11

    Framed 32 x 26

    Watercolor

    The game plan was to suggest the four seasons in the one painting, and I thought the weather vane would tie them together in a symbolic way. A larger version resulted from this painting.

  • Woven Barn & Silo – Naomi Brotherton

    $550.00

    Woven Barn & Silo

    Framed 22 x 25

    Woven Watercolor

    For this style of painting, two paintings of the exact same subject are needed, with variations in color. Cut into strips and they are then woven together. The surprising patterns that happen make this a nice conversation piece.

  • Pink Floral 11 – Naomi Brotherton

    $450.00

    Pink Floral 11

    Framed 21 x 17

    Watercolor Collage

    For an interesting and unique surface for these paintings, small bits of various rice papers were attached to the surface of 300 lb. paper. The painter enjoys the experience, and the viewer enjoys the mystery of the technique and the beauty of the color.

  • Pink Floral 1 – Naomi Brotherton

    $450.00

    Pink Floral 1

    Framed 21 x 17

    Watercolor Collage

    For an interesting and unique surface for these paintings, small bits of various rice papers were attached to the surface of 300 lb. paper. The painter enjoys the experience, and the viewer enjoys the mystery of the technique and the beauty of the color.

  • Lakeside Retreat – Naomi Brotherton

    $600.00

    Lakeside Retreat

    21 x 26

    Framed Watercolor

    SOLD

    Establishing the MYSTERY of NIGHT is my aim by having small lit areas, and large dark silhouettes. The source of light is usually limited to interior lights, street lights, or moon light.

  • Windy Evening – Naomi Brotherton

    $500.00

    Windy Evening

    19 x 25

    Framed Watercolor

    SOLD

    Establishing the MYSTERY of NIGHT is my aim by having small lit areas, and large dark silhouettes. The source of light is usually limited to interior lights, street lights, or moon light.

  • Daily Stroll – Naomi Brotherton

    $500.00

    Daily Stroll

    21 x 28

    Framed Watercolor

    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.