parcel of my portfolio

Here are several paintings, showing the progression from the first sitting and then completed in the next. Below is a flickr link to paintings done with (watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest – where I’ve gone on walks with Luna, the owner’s dog where I’ve been staying. Luna has twice alerted me to a mother bear with cubs, which we’ve seen on two separate occasions – two different mother’s, one with two cubs that Luna barked up a tree, and the other was a larger cub up a tree and the mother bear nearly running in my direction due to the dog’s barks, until I called out and she turned the other way.

Carol Keiter, paintings, Santa Fe National Forest

flickr link to paintings done with (watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest – where I’ve gone on walks with Luna, the owner’s dog.

Carol Keiter paintings Santa Fe National Forest New Mexico

Here are several paintings, showing the progression from the first sitting and then completed in the next. Below is a flickr link to paintings done with (watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest – where I’ve gone on walks with Luna, the owner’s dog

These several paintings done walking in the Santa Fe National Forest at about 8,500 feet with the dog Luna.

(watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest

(watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest

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(watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest

(watercolor) colored-pencils 1,000 feet above Santa Fe, New Mexico elevation 7,198 feet, in the National Forest

space spiraling

My contribution created with spiraling motion – which is how I believe space is interwoven.

I sense that even the rock feels organic and alive.

I sense that even the rock feels organic and alive. I’m not quite finished with this one!

 

Following are some of the first colored pencil watercolors I did during the summer of 2014 when I was living once again in Pennsylvania  in the home in which I was raised and on the East Coast. I was fortunate to live in the home and grounds my parent’s created, together with my parents in the last year of each of their lives.

several of Carol Keiter's framed artworks

several of Carol Keiter’s framed artworks

ocean colors

the dramatic colors of the water just before sunset on the Super Moon rise

ocean colors at sunset framed

ocean colors at sunset framed

Colored pencil watercolor looking through window

Colored pencil watercolor looking through window

Photograph of the window I was looking at to make the image above.

photo-window-painting

photo-window-painting

photo of the window which was the source of my watercolor penciled painting.

photo of the window which was the source of my watercolor penciled painting.

a collage created at a workshop

collage

collage

angel

angel drawn on card

T-shirt design for a local ‘ultimate frisbee’ league

Front side of shirt

Ultimately, All Things that Matter, Spin - Front Side

Ultimately, All Things that Matter, Spin – Front Side

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back side of shirt

The Ultimate Spin - back side

The Ultimate Spin – back side

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Water Dragon pencil water color

water dragon ocean

water dragon ocean drawing 5.5.12 in Taos, New Mexico – a friend’s birthday drawing tribute

And a quick pencil sketch in my travel book.

Small bound book which accompanied on my hitchabout to Bar Harbor Maine

Small bound book which accompanied on my hitchabout to Bar Harbor Maine

sketch with ink of shade coming through trees while driving on the bus

sketch with ink of shade coming through trees while driving on the bus

these are charcoal and pencil sketches, water colors, drawings on Flash and other computer programs…

Decided to add a few picks of my flower arrangements that were created during the spring/summer of 2014, credit to the lovely flowers planted by my parents in the gardens!

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azalia_petals

azalias_red

bleeding_hearts_azalias

dogwood_vase

roses_pinkstems_pinkleaves

pink_leaves_n_flowers

pinkroses_above

red_pink_white

red_white_angle

vase_herbs

flowers_square_glass

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About carolkeiter
Aspiring writer, artist, musician and composer who was born and raised in the United States and has resided in several European countries. Communication is my forte; both through using various tools and in approaching people of divers backgrounds to gather information. Speak conversational - advanced intermediate - French, German and Spanish. Love interacting with people in cultural centers as much as going to remote places to learn more about the different creatures that share our planet. Love of the outdoors and of a variety of outdoor sports. Driven to learn and expand my own consciousness and understanding through curiosity and love of life. Creative skills merge with analytical ones, leading to an interest in a myriad of topics; ranging from politics, economics, science to environmental. Motivated to use my art, music and writing to support and educate people towards humane practices that support and respect all of life, including practices supporting a healthy planet.

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