Biography: Carolyn Lord (1956 - ) Southern California native Carolyn Lord was introduced to the “California Regionalist Watercolor” tradition by James Green in the mid 1970’s while attending Principia College, in Elsah, Illinois. During college she also attended watercolor workshops with Rex Brandt, George Post, and Robert E. Wood. Two months...... read more
This house was on Arroyo Road, and no longer exists. In the weeks closest to Winter Solstice, the angle of the sunlight is low and has a pink quality. This winter light rendering the white house a soft pink as well as affecting the color of the bare trees. The complimentary colors of red and green dominate the painting, with small accents of yellow and purple, another pair of complimentary colors. - Carolyn Lord
Painted in the afternoon, December 7, 1988
This California watercolor painting is available as a fine art giclée print on premium watercolor paper.