THE PAST IS PRESENT

10 x 14 Watercolor.  Matted and framed 17 x 22.  Honored:  First Place for Watercolor, Prattauga Art Guild, Fall Show 2017.  Watercolor inspired by my trip to Apalachicola, FL where I attended (and painted) the Plein Air South event.  Lots to inspire an artist.

#1110 “The Past is Present Again–Apalachicola” Watercolor  $495

WITH THE PARADE

This is a large 25.5 x 38.5 Watercolor.  Awarded $1000 “Peggy Brown Memorial Award”  for Watercolor at the Montgomery Art Guild Regions Bank Exhibition.  September 21, 2017.  Also,  Juried and was exhibited at the XXXVIII National Exhibition of the Georgia Watercolor Society in 2017.  And,  the 2016 Watercolor Society of Alabama National Exhibition.

#1086 "With the Parade" NFS while in exhibitions.
#1086 “With the Parade” NFS while in exhibitions.

Watercolor-WINTER PARADE PINTOS

Pintos in Winter Parade
Watercolor -Sold

Watercolor is companion piece to “Parade Moment”.   18 x 24 watercolor

Dr. John Bowman Adams Memorial Watercolor Award $1000  Montgomery Art Guild Regions Bank Exhibition  September – October 2nd 2014.

Excellence Award-Watercolor category–Elmore County Art Guild 30th Annual Show.   Exhibited at the Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery, Wetumpka, AL through December 11, 2014.

In J. Adam’s private collection.

Watercolor-Parade Moment

Parade Moment
Item No. 1030 NFS

   “Parade Moment”  –National Award Winner–was inspired by how I thought the horses seemed happy to be in the parade even though they were working hard.

This painting was awarded “Juried Member Award #1 ”   The Watercolor Society of Alabama — 73rd National Watercolor Exhibition.   There were 127 artists (from 27 states) that entered 237 paintings.  The Juror Mr. Jeff Bass, NWS, selected  75 paintings from 75 artists (from 21 states) for the Exposition.   View Exhibition on-line:   watercolorSocietyOfAlabama.org/

Accepted into the 2014 Georgia Watercolor Society (GWS) Member Exhibition  September 9 -October 18, 2014 at the Abernathy Arts Center, Sandy Springs, GA

Awarded First Place at the Selma Art Guild’s Summer Juried Art Exhibition  June 8 – 28, 2014

Juried into Energen Competition 2015.  Second Place award 2017 Elmore County Art Guild Annual Show 2D under glass.

     

Water Color-End of Season

End of Season” is a 19″ x 25″ (matted and framed) water color.  Awarded First Place, Elmore County Art Guild Winter Show, 2014.  It was also accepted into the Watercolor Society of Alabama Members Showcase in 2013, and was on display at the Birmingham Library.   My intent was to show a vacant beach (rather surrealistic) in the rain.

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water color seascape by Toska Courbron
Item No. 1017 $400

Water Color-Morning Mist Rising

“Morning Mist Rising” is a 28″ x 22″  matted and framed water color.  This painting was accepted into the Watercolor Society of Alabama 72nd National Exhibition.  It was on exhibition from April – May 2013.  Technique was transparent watercolor.

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water color painting by Toska Courbron
Item No. 1018 $400

Water Color-Capitol Visit

Rainy Scene at Alabama State Capitol
Item No. 1022 SOLD

Title: “Capitol Visit” Original water color painting 12 x 16 inches
This  painting received Purchase Award and Honorable Mention at the 2013 Prattauga Art Guild, Fall Art Show.   Ironically, my inspiration came on my drive back from another show in Montgomery, Alabama.  The sun was low in the west and dark clouds made the white Capitol building stand out.  I pulled over and took several pictures. However, there were no people in sight.  I wanted to create a mood, so in the painting I made it rain and added people.  I liked this one, hope you do to.

 

Water Color-Bursting Pomegranates

water color still life painting by Toska Courbron
Item No. 1013 $850

 

Title:  “Bursting Pomegranates” Original Water Color,  Matted and Framed–size:  23 1/2  by 29 1/2 inches

This water color was juried into the 2012 Watercolor Society of Alabama member show and displayed at the Birmingham Library.  The painting was based of a still life arrangement of pomegranates that grew too large and burst open.  They were delicious just the same.

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