All posts by Redstreake

In the Studio… painting away….

I thought you might like to see some of the things I am working on while I have time to paint. These are just a sneak peek of a FEW things that are coming out of the brush at the moment. Other things are florals, illustrations for a book, and the beginnings of some oils ...

I present to you the Redstreake Fabric Collection at the Guildery.

Collection #1 - Belle Epoque (peruse on Guildery site) Collection #2 - Bountiful (peruse on Guildery site) Collection #3 - Hesperides (Peruse on Guildery site) I am so excited about this journey into the fabric world. The possibilities are endless for the future! I have so many more ideas, so many more watercolors that will ...

Beautiful BEAUTIFUL fabrics! Designed by moi!

One of the amazingly awesome projects I got to do this year was design a few fabric collections, one of which just launched last week on the Guildery website. The Guildery, a drool worthy place to purchase not only gorgeous fabrics from uber talented artists, but wallpapers, pillows, table linens, draperies and now gift wrap! ...

2017 20% off SALE! ROOSTERS!

ROOSTERS! On SALE! And so much more in my Etsy store! All of my original art is 20% off until I decide to change it. I am adding paintings almost weekly as I get to them, my studio is so full and these gems need a home :-). More updates soon! Go buy some art!

“Happy Death by Coffee” new watercolor!

The latest in the mini figure series... a storm trooper meets his demise, happily, in a cup of delicious hot coffee. (I don't know about you but I love COFFEE!) 🙂 Prints will be available soon! Stay tuned 🙂

Amy Pond, Waiting for the Doctor II

  The latest in my mini figure series, Amy Pond finds herself perched atop a beautiful purple iris, waiting for the Doctor to show. Painted on Ampersand Aquabord, this 8 x 8" watercolor I think is my favorite so far! Canvas prints of this watercolor will be available soon exclusively on iCanvas!

blackberries, they are in season!

I love fresh blackberries in the summer, don't you? I especially love watching the progression of the berries as they grow. I could have painted a full on blackberry all ripe for the pickin', but to me, this was a more interesting shot. A quick study of this gorgeous plant, done on Canson paper.