Tag Archives: American Watercolor Society

Watercolor batik paintings- new work

Being at home will save lives. But let’s be realistic, I have a harder time working at home with 2 kids, and idiot Jack Russell Terrier barking at perceived slights, and my wife also home. 🙂 However, I have taken the opportunity to return to creating batiks on Japanese rice paper. Several images have been stuck in my mind as… (more…)

Recent commissioned pieces- watercolor paintings

Here are my two most recent commissioned pieces- a full-sheet watercolor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and a half-sheet painting of the iconic Duomo in Florence, Italy. I do accept commissions- but not many of them. Please email for availability and rates.   Ryan Fox AWS, NEWS, PWS, www.rfoxphoto.com https://www.youtube.com/user/rfoxphoto  

American Watercolor Society- Interview in AWS Summer newsletter

This year I achieved signature status in the American Watercolor Society (AWS).  This is accomplished by being selected for three of the yearly international juried exhibitions.  The American Watercolor Society is the oldest and most prestigious watercolor society in the world and members include the top watercolor artists in the world.  Getting into the exhibition once is fantastic- getting into… (more…)

Watercolor Workshops- Plein Air Painting & Photographing Artwork

June was an insane month- I hung my work at three solo exhibitions (Clayton Arts Center, Chef’s Palette Restaurant in Cary, NC, and Arts of the Albemarle Museum in Elizabeth City).   In addition, I taught two evening classes through Wake County Adult Education (Color Theory with Watercolor & Watercolor Loose and Fast). I also conducted two workshops- a Plein Air… (more…)

Watercolor exhibitions in June ’18

Not sure what I was thinking (well, I do- I never say no to an opportunity)… but I signed up for three solo exhibitions for the month of June.  At the same time. I agreed to these shows months ago, so there is no excuse for not being prepared.  I was very diligent starting in January and started framing and… (more…)