Watercolors and Mixed Media

The joy of working outdoors allows one to be free and spontaneous, to capture the feel of a place in a short time. When I work indoors on watercolors, my paintings become more controlled. I'll work layer over layer and be very conscious of wanting to create a mood or psychological element. I want the painting to evoke a feeling where the viewer becomes involved.

~Pat Berger

monotype, 31 x 26 inches

Is Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow?, 1984
watercolor, 30 x 37-1/2 inches, framed

Pablo with Yellow Flowers, 2000
watercolor, 31 x 26 inches, framed

Forest Sanctuary, 2000
Private Collection

Waiting, 2003
watercolor, 36-1/2 x 29 inches, framed

From a Dog's Perspective, 2002
watercolor, 29-1/2 x 36 inches, framed

Pat Berger • 2648 Anchor Ave. • Los Angeles, CA 90064 • (310) 838-8346

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