Figurative Art – Watercolor Continued

Figurative in watercolor for me is developing ideas or capturing them.  I’ve always liked illustration and epic poetry, so I combine them.

CantoI Three Beasts

Canto I Three Beasts

Canto I by Dante Alighieri is a fantastic story of how the pilgrim was stopped from reaching the light by three vicious animals.

Transfer Print representing the gentle lady in heaven

Canto II (94-108) The Gentle Lady in Heaven 1988

Canto II speaks of a gentle lady in heaven, resulting in Beatriz going to limbo to ask Virgil to help the Pilgrim reach the light.

Beatriz Summons Virgil in Limbo Canto II

Beatriz Summons Virgil in Limbo Canto II

Canto II Virgil agrees to guide the Pilgrim out of the dark forest and into the light,


watercolor of blue boat with red trim on a rough sea

Canto III (121-126)

Canto III the Pilgim and Virgil are waiting to cross the Acheron River as are hundreds of thousands of others.


Watercolor of two men in front of castle in the evening.

Dante’s Inferno Canto IV (103-106) The Castle 2016

Canto IV they were walking in the dark forest when they came upon a castle in the darkness emitting its own light in a circular hemisphere of light


A couple in a dark forest with a feline cat like animal in the background.

Canto V (121) The Tragic Love of Francesca da Rimini 2011

Canto V speaks of Francesca da Rimini and her lover’s tragic fate and just a few more random tragedies below.

Right Here, Right Now

Right Here, Right Now

Black Box 1995

Black Box 1995

He Loves me, He Loves me not

He Loves me, He Loves me not

Small watercolor of couple.

Whisper Small watercolor

Inverse Image

Inverse Image

Times in Love and War

Times in Love and War

Thanks for taking the time,  and feel free to contact me on the form below.  



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