Author Archives: Jeanette Fournier

New Watercolor In Progress (Barn Owl)

Another new owl painting is in the works.  It’s a barn owl this time.  These are such mystery creatures with all sorts of folklore associated with them.  Barn owls are also known as the “ghost owl” because of their silent … Continue reading

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Holiday Small Works (Copley Society of Art)

I have several watercolor paintings in the current holiday small  works exhibit at the Copley Society of Art.  If you’re looking for some new art for yourself or as a gift to someone else, be sure to check out the … Continue reading

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A Turning Point (On Reynolds Pond)

I woke up this morning to find the pond covered by the first thin layer of ice this year.  After several mornings with a hard frost, I knew it wouldn’t be long before this happened.  It’s a turning point in … Continue reading

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Watercolor Art In Progress (Snowy Owl)

I’ve been spending time in a blind with my camera, hoping one of our resident barred owls might make an appearance.  It’s set up near where we frequently hear and see them but no luck so far.  However, sitting there … Continue reading

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Watercolor Art – It’s a Puzzle!

Like many artists I’ve had to adapt to the ever changing realities of life with Covid.  As I look to keep my art career a viable way to make a living, I’ve been searching for other ways to get my … Continue reading

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