Nakota, An American Breed

Nakoata, An American Breed, 2018,Professional watercolors on 140# hot press paper, masked border, copyrighted with all rights reserved by Jean Krueger The Nakota mustang is a feral breed of horses, the decendants of those riden by Native Americans in the 19th century in the upper plains of the United States. Driven to extinction by theContinue reading “Nakota, An American Breed”

Buck the Cat

Buck the Cat, Original Watercolor, 8×6″, 2018, copyrighted with all rights reserved by Jean Krueger Buck is the family cat. He’ll be a year old at the end of May so he’s still technically a kitten. We really love him. Meow. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/fineart/jean-krueger/buck-the-cat/658852

Beaver Tail Prickly Pear

Beaver Tail Prickly Pear, pastel on textured board, 20×16″, 2018, by Jean Krueger, copyrighted with all rights reserved I’m a fool for the subject matter (botany of the desert) which can be found at the Phoenix, AZ, Desert Botanical Garden. I’m a frequent visitor there. The geometry for this painting begins with paisley patterns, ending upContinue reading “Beaver Tail Prickly Pear”

Cresed Saguaro

Crested Saguaro, soft pastel on archival board, 20×16″, 2018, by Jean Krueger, copyrighted with all rights reserved Saguaro, the ubiquitous cactus of the Sonoran desert, mutate from time to time. When they do, they may form an intricately folded fan-like shape at the end of one or more branches. The fan may start to formContinue reading “Cresed Saguaro”

Brook Trout – Salvelinus fontinalis

Brook Trout – Salvelinus fontinalis, watercolor on paper, 12×9″, 2018, by Jean Krueger, copyrighted with all rights reserved Brook Trout or Brookies or Salvelinus fontinalis are the ubiquitous American fish. They are native to this continent and thrive where water is cold and fast or cold and deep. They’re a favorite fish for the USContinue reading “Brook Trout – Salvelinus fontinalis”

Sara’s Garden

Allamanda, 8×8″, watercolor, 2016 http://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/626783 In Sara’s garden grows the Allamanda. The blooms are chromium yellow. I searched Wikipedia for it, https://googleweblight.com/?lite_url=https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allamanda&lite_escape=&fs=, and there you’ll find a lot more info. The Allamanda is grown commonly in yards but is also naturalized appearing along sunny roadsides by the edges of dense vegitation. The soil it lives inContinue reading “Sara’s Garden”