Those of us who choose to pursue watercolor are forever students. The medium is the Master. That’s because watercolors move and flow all over the paper. Most of the time, the paint goes exactly where it wants to go. The artist cannot usually win that battle of corralling that beautiful, vivid, flowing paint, so I try not to hem it in, but to accept its flowing as a gift. And, of course, try to guide the flowing paint into a bit of order that resembles a forest, a tree, a woman, a giraffe . . . whatever I am trying to capture.
Enjoy my paintings!
Blessings to you,
All watercolor paintings are available for purchase in various sizes.
**Unfortunately, we cannot ship outside of the U.S. Contact me if you are interested in purchasing a one-time use electronic file.
Our newest item is a set of ten notecards paired with soft brown craft envelopes. The watercolor print notecards pictured above are available in two designs: “Circle of Women” and “This Is Who You Are.”
Archival Prints are professionally printed with high-quality archival inks on fine art paper:
8X10 print — $38
11X14 print — $48
Vibrant color prints are printed on 100 lb gloss cover stock.
5 X 7 print — $15
8 1/2 X 11 print — $20
11 X 17 poster print — $25
12 X 18 poster print — $30
LOOK! THESE NEW ITEMS HAVE JUST ARRIVED . . .
Color 3 X 5 notecards, including envelopes made of light brown craft paper. Each card is individually signed by the artist.
Set of ten — $12
8 1/2 X 11 prints — $20
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Kathy Manis Findley; 204 Jabrok Circle; Macon, GA 31216
The Wings of the Morning
This calligraphy is rendered in ink and pastels.
WomanSpirit Tree of Life
Friends at Sunset
A Bag of Toys
Making Spirits Bright
Green Forest Mist
In the Wind
Peace Be with You
Frogs at Play
Circles of Women
East African Sunset
Fantasy African Sunset
Bird in Stillness
The Tree Nearby
Coffee by the Sea
Holy Ghosts I
Ugandan Washday at the River
A Starry Evening Sky
Holy Ghosts II
Plains of Africa
Ugandan Crested Cranes
The Weeping Tree
On the River
My favorite bird . . . the ruby-throated hummingbird. Art does not do justice to this magnificent bird.
Sea life is not my best subject, but Susan asked me to give it a whirl. This is the result.
Every March, Macon hosts The International Cherry Blossom Festival to celebrate the hundreds of cherry blossom trees in the city. There are over 300,000 Yoshino Cherry Blossom trees in Macon, and when they are in full bloom, it’s magical. The average peak bloom period is typically the third week of March and lasts roughly 10 days.