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Kimberly S. Reed-Deemer

Reed-Deemer Art Studio of New Mexico

 

Watercolor Paintings

 

Additional information about watercolor and ink paintings is available on request. 

 

 
DISTANT ARRAY (VLA)

watercolor & ink on paper
9.5 x 22 inches

JANUARY IN DILIA (NM)

watercolor & ink on paper

SAN FRANCISCO DE LA ESPADA (SAN ANTONIO)

watercolor & ink on paper

SUNWORSHIPPER

waercolor & ink on paper
14 x 22 inches

APPROACHING THE VLA

watercolor & ink on paper
21.75 x 14.5 inches

KIMO THEATER FACADE DETAIL: ALBUQUERQUE

watercolor & gouache on paper

VLA TRACKS

watercolor & ink on paper
10.25 x 19.75 inches 

STORMY WEATHER AHEAD

watercolor & ink on paper

 
IN THE PECOS VALLEY, NM

watercolor & gouache on paper

COMPOSANTO DE GOLONDRINAS

watercolor & ink on paper

 

 

CHURCH AT LAMY TRAIN STATION

watercolor & ink on paper
22 x 14 inches

PLEIN AIR: STORM CLOUDS NEAR STORRIE LAKE

watercolor & ink on illustration board

LAS VEGAS FARM IN JANUARY

watercolo & ink on paper
14 x 22 inches

STONE CHAPEL ON THE CANYON ROAD LOOP

watercolor & ink on paper

WAITING FOR GREATNESS AT THE FLYING J

watercolor & ink on paper
14.5 x 22 inches

THE BELL OF SANTO NINO AT LA MANGA

watercolor & ink on paper

MORNING AT THE CASTANEDA (LAS VEGAS, NM)

watercolor & ink on paper

FEED LOTS AT SUNRISE (DODGE CITY, KS)

watercolor & ink on paper
11 x 14 inches

THE MILL AT MAXWELL (NM)

watercolor & ink on paper

CHANGE IN THE WEATHER

watercolor & ink on paper

CHAPEL AT MONTEZUMA (NM)

watercolor & ink on paper

MISSION BELL AT THE MCNAY (SAN ANTONIO)

watercolor & ink on paper
14 x 22 inches

LEAVING OKLAHOMA

watercolor & ink on paper

DAYBREAK IN KANSAS

watercolor & ink on paper

NEW MEXICO HARDSCRABBLE

watercolor & gouache on paper

 

Hawaii Series: in memory of my brother, artist Gary Reed of Hawaii
http://www.garyreedart.com
   
 
My brother's last painting was of this view of Ka'ena Point.  I visited the site and discovered the exact view, including the rainbow my brother depicted. This is my reply to his final work, called THE PROMISE. The Byodo-In Temple has several black swans.  I had never seen black swans before, and loved the contrast of the red bills against the dark feathers.  Gary favored this lesser known vantage point to one of Hawaii's most well recognized landmarks. My first painting of the Waianae coast at sunset, and it will not be the last..... My brother's gardens included Bird of Paradise flowers, which attract small green geckos. One of Gary's hobbies was growing trees, including this mango tree.  This painting is really about Gary's passion for botanicals.  Another of the swans in the pool of Byodo-In Temple, a place of breathtaking beauty and tranquility. The coast along Waianae displays spectacular colors at sunset.  Grief is such a demanding process, and for 2 months I could not lift a brush.  This painting is small, but represented a big step.    The younger of my two brothers likes to hang about in Waikiki on his visits to Oahu, so I painted this as homage to John.  
WALK IN BEAUTY (KA'ENA POINT, OAHU)

watercolor & ink on paper

NFS
BLACK SWAN OF THE BYODO-IN TEMPLE (KAHALUU, OAHU)

watercolor & ink on paper
8 x 10 inches


WAIAHOLE BEACH, OAHU

watercolor & ink on paper

NFS
OAHU SUNSET (SMALL)

watercolor & ink on Ruscombe Turner Blue paper
15 x 11 inches

TROPICAL LURKER

watercolor & ink on paper
15 x 22 inches

MY BROTHER'S MANGO TREE

watercolor & ink on paper

BYODO-IN TEMPLE BLACK SWAN (KAHALUU, OAHU)

watercolor & ink on paper
14.5 x 15.75 inches

WAIANAE COAST (OAHU)

watercolor & ink on Ruscombe Turner Blue paper
11 x 23 inches


GARY'S BIRD OF PARADISE (WAIANAE)

watercolor & ink on paper
15 x 22 inches

WAIKIKI SURFBOARDS

watercolor & ink on paper

 

WHITE PLUMERIA & GECKO

watercolor & ink on paper

WAIAHOLE BEACH & CHINAMAN'S HAT (OAHU)

watercolor & ink on paper

RED CRESTED CARDINAL (JUVENILE)

watercolor & ink on paper


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Another of the trees Gary grew was the Plumeria, which comes in several colors.  This white and yellow one was especially lovely.  The gecko also liked it.  The mists above the mountains at Waiahole are magical and mysterious.  The rusty crest of the juvenile becomes bright red in the mature birds.  They are not shy and will come very close.

 


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