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Plein Air Plain Water: Watercolor paintings of Japanese Garden

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A series of small watercolor paintings painted by Honoria Starbuck on June 23, 2009 in the Japanese Gardens of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. …

A series of small watercolor paintings painted by Honoria Starbuck on June 23, 2009 in the Japanese Gardens of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas.
Paintings range in size within 1.5 - 2.5 inch in length or width on 4 x 6 inch acid-free watercolor paper.

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  • 1. Plein AirPlain Water
    Honoria Starbuck , Ph.D.
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  • 8. The garden provides the bench and models.
    The artist brings travel watercolor set and papers.
  • 9. Thank you to all involved in the creation and maintenance of the Japanese Gardens in Zilker Park, Austin, TX.
  • 10. Artist
    When not teaching at the Art Institute of Austin or consulting with clients on Presentation Zen Powerpoint techniques, Honoria Starbuck can be found sitting on a bench in the Japanese Gardens at Zilker Park or studying the art of tai chi with the Austin Kung Fu Academy.
    Paintings are 1.5 – 2.5 inches in length and width on 4 x 6 inch rag watercolor paper.
    Honoria StarbuckBridgingFutures.comhonoria .starbuck@gmail.com