Holly’s Watercolor Journal

Life on the road provides me with no end of new subject matter. These small watercolors are a glimpse into some of the beautiful places we’ve visited

Prints of some of these paintings are available here.

Wildflowers, North Fork, ID
Bear Lake, Utah/Idaho
Yellowstone River, Big Timber, MT
Mountain Bluebird
Osprey nest
Along the Green River in Utah
As we headed north out of New Mexico we saw in the distance the snow covered peaks of Colorado
Marfa TX
We spent two wonderful nights at the home of friends in Marfa, TX

In February, we participated in the Suncoast Tiny Home Festival. I created these tiny home tiny paintings for the occasion! Tap or click on a photo for the full image.

Goose Pasture
Sandy at Goose Pasture free campground in the Suwannee River Water Management District in Florida
A kayak tour through the Everglades canals was filled with herons and egrets.
This tricolored heron was in the top of a tree
Juvenile white ibises are not white!
Christmas in Fort Lauderdale
We had a beautiful spot under the slash pines in Canal Point, FL
A pair of red shouldered hawks lived at our campground
Sunset over our campsite near Lake Okeechobee
In Savannah, GA the live oaks were draped with Spanish moss
In Metter, GA we camped next to a cotton field
We only picked from already harvested plants
More cotton!
Sunset on a farm in Franklin, TN
We are so grateful to all the generous hosts who welcome us to their properties, including this one in Peru, MA
A lovely boondocking spot in Sharon, VT
Sharon, VT
I painted this cute shed a total of three times.
One of the lovely outdoor showers we’ve used at Boondockers Welcome hosts. Chester, CT
Fall in Vermont
Leaves against the sky, Green Mountain National Forest, VT
Camping in the Hudson Valley
Esopus Lighthouse on the Hudson
Poconic Bay, LI, NY
Clouds over the Hudson

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