Working in the studio during the winter months is a relief from the physically taxing work of gardening, and provides some small respite from the grey and white palette of the winter landscape, which has become so tiresome. Color is what I long for and the physical contact of pencil and brush to paper or paint. In addition to working on large paintings and painted furniture, I’ve committed to doing one watercolor per day, no matter how trite it might be, to keep my hand in it. Lacking any gardening wisdom to impart during these pre-gardening season days, I submit the products of my studio time, and will attempt to post one watercolor per day until gardening season gears up. Cheers!