I know, you were thinking I quit painting watercolor and I was going into the business of RV remodeling.

Not so.

Although, this is not “new” art work, it is new to you.

My DSLR won’t connect to either computer any more so I couldn’t get anything off compact flash card. I finally bought a card reader and I have 3 paintings to show.


Boats Off Phi Phi 72 Art

Boats Off Phi Phi Watercolor on Paper, ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2011

The above is the oldest. I finished it in 2011. It is from my trip to Thailand. It is in the private collection of Margaret Walkosz.

The Beas Knees 72

The Beas Knees 12″ X 12″ watercolor on claybord, ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2012

The above is a portrait of Beasley when he was a puppy. This went pretty fast, I think maybe 6-12 hours total and it started re-enforced my love of claybord.

Giraffes 72

Giraffes 5″ x 7″ watercolor on claybord, ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2013

Hummingbird On Yellow 72

Hummingbird On Yellow 5″ x 7″ watercolor on claybord, ©Elisha Dasenbrock 2013

The two above are experiments.

So, there you have it and there you are.   Now I can inventory them. Yeaaaaaah!


About Elisha

Elisha Dasenbrock is an award winning, international watercolor artist. She paints with a limited palette on claybord. Dasenbrock graduated from the American Academy of Art in 2009 and has been painting professionally ever since.