Landscape Imagined III by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Landscape Imagined III by
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Landscape Imagined II by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Landscape Imagined II by
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Landcape Imagined I by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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It’s A Start by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Color Chords by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Color Chords by
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Concerto by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Concerto by
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Cirque III by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Cirque III by
Sunny Smith

Cirque II by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Cirque II by
Sunny Smith

Mardi Gras by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Mardi Gras by
Sunny Smith

Shall We Dance by


Sunny Smith

What would my life have been like without painting? It surely would have been less rich in many ways. Looking through an artist’s eyes has brought my powers of observation to a sharpness and strength that have enhanced my appreciation of all I see around me. It has brought me excitement and color, challenged me to master my strengths and weaknesses, introduced me to others on their creative paths and whom with to share mine, disciplined me, focused me and given me goals and a purpose to get up every day with anticipation.

As a painter I enjoy working in different mediums such as watercolor, gouache, acrylic, dry media and collage--sometimes using several to create a piece of work. I paint a variety of subjects in styles ranging from the non-objective (intuitively) to the realistic (deliberately), but prefer most working with some abstraction, and figurative forms. Although I work in series, I allow myself to create one-of-a-kind pieces when stimulated to do so, giving me both discipline and the freedom to be spontaneous. View my website (listed below) to see more examples of the other styles and subjects I paint.

Education: B.S. in Elem. Education–U. of Oregon and Oregon College of Education, Reading Endorsement from Lewis and Clark College, 100+ additional hours from various institutions.

Work History: 16 years as a classroom teacher, 11 years as a remedial reading specialist

Memberships: Northwest Watercolor Society (Signature Membership), Watercolor Society of Oregon , Buffalo Grass Society, Beaverton Arts Commission, Waterworks and Viewpoint Critique Groups

Gallery Representation: Rental Sales Gallery of the Portland Art Museum, Current’s Gallery in McMinnville, and the Village Gallery of Arts

Website:  sunnypaintstudio

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Shall We Dance by
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