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  • 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.

  • Suburban Sanctuary – Naomi Brotherton

    $495.00

    Suburban Sanctuary

    14 x 20 Unframed

    Watercolor

    SOLD

    One can imagine their own story for this scene. To me it is a quiet evening after services and the Sexton is shutting down for the night. Again the mystery of night is attempted in the dark shadow side of the church.

  • Woodland Interior – Naomi Brotherton

    $495.00

    Woodland Interior

    14 x 21 Unframed

    Watercolor

    SOLD

    A grandfather tree dominates the space of these woods. The cooler trees in the distance seem to be in a setting of atmosphere pushing them further back. Dappled sun spots on the foreground give the sense of time of day.

  • Tropical Delight – Naomi Brotherton

    $475.00

    Tropical Delight

    18 x 22 Framed

    Watercolor

    A glimpse of a typical view in Bermuda.

  • Tree Study with Poplars – Naomi Brotherton

    $495.00

    Tree Study with Poplars

    14 x 21 Unframed

    Watercolor

    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 – Naomi Brotherton

    $495.00

    Sycamore Trees at Terlingua, NM

    14 x 19 Unframed

    Watercolor

    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.

  • Sunny Face – Naomi Brotherton

    $600.00

    Sunny Face

    40x 21 Framed

    Watercolor

    SOLD

    The Montessori School across from our studio produced a big bed of Sun Flowers of the large type grown for the seed used in so many ways. This painting was done to show the volume of one bloom, life-size.

  • Southern Belle – Naomi Brotherton

    $600.00

    Southern Belle

    26 x 32 Framed

    Watercolor

    The Magnolia is like the “Leading Lady” of the southern Flowers. The custom in the south is to allow the trees to grow with little pruning, so that the blossoms are often near the ground. In my paintings of the large blossom, I attempt to capture the sculptural quality supported by the strength of the also sculptural leaves.