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The Mouth of the Lagoon by Kris Parins
Wood Duck by Kris Parins
On the Run by Kris Parins
Silver Spring Reverie by Kris Parins
Race Day by Kris Parins
The Heat of the Day by Kris Parins
High Desert Hike by Kris Parins
Home Before Dark by Kris Parins
Merging Shadows by Kris Parins
Hide and Peek by Kris Parins
Elizabeth's Canopy by Kris Parins
Five O'Clock Shadow by Kris Parins
Castnet on the Creek by Kris Parins
Lily Shadow by Kris Parins
Shiny Tiny Trailer by Kris Parins
Murder Mystery by Kris Parins
The Passing Storm by Kris Parins
Unseen Spring II by Kris Parins
Unseen Spring I by Kris Parins
Rooftops, Prague by Kris Parins
Market Street by Kris Parins
Sunstruck Iris by Kris Parins
The Conversation by Kris Parins
Stalker by Kris Parins
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About Kris Parins
A Signature Member of AWS, NWS, TWSA and other watercolor societies, my paintings have been featured on the covers of American Artist Watercolor and Watercolor Artist magazines, and in several editions of "Splash, the Best of Watercolor". My work is regularly included in the "Birds in Art" exhibition at the Woodson Art Museum and other international exhibitions.
Art and design have always been important to me. After earning a degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Related Art, I studied graphic design. I worked as an art director and account executive, and occasionally created watercolor illustrations for clients' product graphics.
Since 1998, I have directed my creative energy toward fine art in watercolor. The transparency and vibrancy, combined with an element of surprise, continue to keep me interested in this challenging medium. My computer and camera are integral to my creative process. Frequent travels provide fresh input and help to develop my way of seeing.
I maintain studios in Northern Wisconsin and Sarasota, Florida.