Watercolor Paintings

Portland Maine Lighthouse

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020

Hummingbird on Nest
Feeding Baby

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2021

Purple Orchid

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020

Bridgehaven Back Channel

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020

I Love Sailing

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2018

Mt. Baker from Shine Tidelands

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020

There’s a Butterfly on My Petunias

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2011

Pink Roses

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019

Hummingbird and Petunias

Tropical Fish

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019 from a photo taken by Jayden Wahl at a public aquarium.

Iris

Original watercolor painted from AnnaMasonArt.com photo by Judy Oberto, 2019

He Stole My Heart

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020

Charlie, Dreaming of Being a Hunting Dog

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019

White Rose with Pretty Cup

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019 – image from Susan Harrison-Tustain video

Baby Racoons in a Tree

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019, from image by Kevin Biskaborn, https://kevinbiskaborn.com/

Morgan’s Anemone 

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019, commissioned by a friend

Our Smiling Cavalier

An original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto

Pink Dogwood

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2019

Emory & Ethan

My first attempt at a portrait in watercolor
These two handsome dudes are my great grandsons!

Lake Sutherland

Original watercolor painting by Judy Oberto, 2020 – source image photographed by Denny Robinson. He took it with a drone camera while he sat in that white boat you see in the foreground. I painted this one large – the actual painting is 13″ x 27″.

10 thoughts on “Watercolor Paintings

    1. Thank you Anne – I think my love for him shows through that one! He was such a dear sweet animal! He looks like a puppy there, but in reality, he was 8 years old when I took that photo. Thank you for your kind comments.

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  1. Hi Judy, Your painting of the Portland Lighthouse is haunting to me. I really love it. Looks like a storm is coming in your photo. Good job!
    Love, Bonnie

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    1. Thank you Bonnie, that’s what I was thinking too, or it could be the flip side, like the storm has been there and is now on it’s way out. Wouldn’t that be wonderful – if it’s an allegory of what’s happening in our country right now?!!!

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  2. Beautiful Judy. It would be hard to pick a favorite. Your new hummingbird one is awesome! Also the lighthouse. Also, the ones of Charlie, all of them are awesome and so realistic. I am so glad you got back into painting, you are truly in your own element. Love you my friend

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  3. Wow these are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing. You have inspired me to try to paint Casper our Maltese and some landscapes and more flowers and birds. Also, I need to develop a website for my paintings and poetry. So, again you inspire me. I have worked with fiber quilts, earth quilts, pubic art and Ikebana. That is what my current website holds.

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  4. I love your paintings. I started painting last May so I am a beginner. I like the variety in your work – landscape and up close-realistic. Your raccoons really make me smile. Thank you for sharing your work.

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