Sports Artwork–Brilliant, Vibrant Watercolors

Sports Artwork in brilliant, vibrant watercolors.  Football, basketball, pool, golf, baseball–I enjoy them.

 

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My Artwork

This is my favorite flower and favorite color--magnolia and alizarin crimson

I love the way the watercolors glide over the 140 lb. watercolor, creating a marbling effect in the background.  Colors used are alizarin crimson, sap green, and payne’s gray.

My literature, writing, and art!

What I do every morning to get started writing--drink my coffee

Welcome to Stepartdesigns’ Blog.  I am Katrina Parker Williams (KPWms for short).  I am an author, an artist, an English instructor, and editor of a community college literary magazine, the Wilson Literary Review.  My blog will contain my musings on literature, writing, art, and culture.   

To begin, I have works published or accepted for publication at the following literary magazines.  The purpose in my submitting these works to literary magazines is to eventually publish a short-story collection, containing previously published pieces along with new, unpublished pieces. 

  • a fictional piece “Rock” published at Charlotte Viewpoint.
  • a fictional piece “Aunt Luella’s House” and a poem “A Housewife’s Lament” published in the March 2010 issue of The Saints’ Placenta.
  • a poem “Bag of Clothes” accepted at All Things Girl for their March 2010 issue.
  • a poem “Revolt in the Cherokee Nation” accepted at Dead Mule for their July 2010 issue.
  • a fictional piece “Missus Buck” accepted at The Village Pariah.
  • a fictional piece “Grandpa’s Courtship” accepted at Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal for their July-September 2010 issue. 
  • a fictional piece “The Fear of My Father” published at Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal.
  • a fictional piece “Ms. Pimmelly’s City” published at usadeepsouth.

Katrina Parker Williams (KPWms)