Tuesday, April 30, 2013


15 x 19.5
Watercolor on 300lb cold press paper
Teresa Beyer

My neighborhood is such a pleasure to walk in. Beautiful gardens huge old trees, one home has a Redwood in the front yard. So this is my second flower in my floral series. Using a limited palette of Quinacridone Red (red), Quinacridone Gold (yellow) and French Ultramarine Blue (blue). 

The painting is finished with a natural border of white. I was able to do this buy taping it off before painting.

Keeping the brushes wet,

Monday, April 29, 2013

Little D in the fountain

D in the fountain
7 x 5
Watercolor on
300lb cold press
Teresa Beyer the Grandmother

Just doodleing around with color and trying to replicate the water. I haven't seen my grandson in weeks, God I miss those little monsters.

Keeping the brushes wet,

Friday, April 26, 2013

The Child Within

It is the child that sees the primordial secret in Nature and it is the child of ourselves we return to. The child within us is simple and daring enough to live the Secret. LAO~TZU — at Painting by Teresa Beyer of Liquid Colour.

Thursday, April 25, 2013


mixed media mostly watercolour
7.5 x 11.5
When the ey wakes up to see again, it suddenly stops taking anything for granted.
by Frederick Franck

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Rose 3

Loving the Organic Sensuality in this piece.

So this is Rose 3 ~ not quite done, almost

heART hugs,

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Rose 2

Rose 2
watercolor on 300 lb paper
6.5 x 7.25

Another sweet study for a larger floral I am planning on doing. Love this piece.

Keeping the brushes wet ~
Teresa Beyer

Monday, April 8, 2013

New Studio ~ New Body of Work

While living in Ventura I was really struggling to make ends meet.
            I found myself in a constant state of fear and anxiety.
            And then a dear sweet soul made me an offer I could not refuse and I will be eternally grateful to him.
            So . . . I have moved again ~ returning to the San Fernando Valley near the neighborhood where I grew up.
            All these moves are making me feel like a gypsy.

Love my new studio ~ it really embraces me.
I’ve decided to create a new body of work ~ returning to florals.
            Here is my most recent, painted in Ventura before the move to the SFV.

Here is Chloe my assistant helping with the colour palette selection.

And today’s warm up and exercise ~ Rose 1. I decided to use a delicate palette of Genuine Rose Madder, Aureolin and Cobalt Blue. I felt the shading was getting away from me and in places it was getting a bit muddy.

I’m looking forward to staying here and really growing some roots and getting some stability. Expressing artistically as a mature artist where just maybe you the viewer can relate to the finished piece as restful and nurturing. Lets see.

Keeping the brushes wet ~