Tag: forest

Great Horned Owl Watercolor

I’ve always wanted to see an owl in the wild while hiking. The natural way…not with a local bird group nor some Audubon field-trip, but surprisingly caught off guard while walking through the woods. For years, I’ve prayed for it. Then it happened. And… Continue Reading “Great Horned Owl Watercolor”

Rice Lake at Danada Forest Preserves Watercolor Sketch

As the leaves blow by and the air turns slightly cooler, I know it’s a race against time. Autumn is here and it doesn’t like to linger. So I’m trying to get out as much as possible. Last Saturday I had the chance to… Continue Reading “Rice Lake at Danada Forest Preserves Watercolor Sketch”

Deep Forest Waterfall Watercolor

The chilled air is moist in the deep dark forest. The trail is lengthy and all you see are trees, but then you start to hear a sound…. You stop walking to hear it louder. Is that a trickle? You start walking again except… Continue Reading “Deep Forest Waterfall Watercolor”

What Grows in Felled Log – watercolor

This watercolor was done from a friend’s photo of a felled log in the woods. I love how little seedlings took in the cavity of the log, making a very suitable home.  The wet forest floor makes perfect conditions for the yummy moss that… Continue Reading “What Grows in Felled Log – watercolor”

Where Do Raccoons Sleep…Right Here

I’m not kidding, every time I go out into the woods it’s a different adventure. Something new each time catches me off guard. As I took a hike this morning, I just happened to turn my head and noticed something odd. Do you see… Continue Reading “Where Do Raccoons Sleep…Right Here”