This plant roots easily in water. It is more commonly seen as a house plant in a pot. This is a watercolor.
The Chinese photenia is probably my favorite plant. It grows as big as a small tree and has lovely, paintable leaves and in the spring wonderful blooms that looks sort of like a hydrangea.
Photenia leaves turn brilliant red in the fall.
This painting is a watercolor. The background is romantic, I think, using golds, blues, and rose colors.
This is sort-of based on a tulip fading and losing its leaves. It is ink and watercolor.
This painting used ink, watercolor, and stamped designs for texture.
I used several different media in this painting, including markers, watercolor, ink, and a stamped design on the cloth.