During the Vermont winter, I find that the available light for watercolor painting is limited in duration. I do more drawing than painting during December and January.
But there are times when the light is right--and that's when I act quickly to paint the things that catch my attention. This year the snow did not arrive until January, making it all the more welcome -- and inviting to paint.
Worcester Range, Morning Alpenglow
White Pine and Hemlocks in Falling Snow
Paintings by Kevin Macneil Brown, watercolor and graphite on paper, 2016.