Watercolors

Landscapes in Watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz

Watercolors are among the most spontaneous of all the painting media. Wet-into-wet technique allows the colors to “spread” and create surprising forms and imagery. This  spontaneity allows the work to have a life of its own. Hidden and shown peek out and shout at us. Character and mood is created through color, form, contrast, size and position.

Trees and Mountains: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Blue-Green Streak: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Red-orange 'Scape: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Blue Mountains, Red Sky: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Wet Clouds: watercolor by New York Artist Gloria Rabinowitz Red and Violet Landscape: watercolor New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Lake: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Red-green-violet 'Scape: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz New Mexico Clouds: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz Lily: watercolor by New York artist Gloria Rabinowitz