Ted NUTTALL 泰德．納托爾 (USA)
Received an Award of Excellence in the 25th Annual International Portrait Society Exhibition for my painting entitled “Sentient”
Received the Charles Reid Award of Merit in the 47th annual Juried Exhibition of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America
Received an Award of Excellence in the San Diego Watercolor Society’s 42nd International Exhibition for my painting “Still So Far To Go”.
Received the Mary and Maxwell Memorial Award in the 153rd Annual Juried Exhibition of the American Watercolor Society
Received the Skyledge Award (Best of Show) in the 38th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Transparent Watercolor Society of America –for my painting “The Way I Am Sometimes”.
Awarded Master Status in Transparent Watercolor Society of America
2022 | Watercolor 水彩 ｜49.5 x 35 cm
I was intrigued with the expression and emotion in this young woman’s face. It was an afterthought to introduce the ‘larger than life’ flower petals behind her and I think the tension created with this combination changed and charged the picture.
She Only Remembered the Last Time 她只記得最後的提姆
2022 | Watercolor 水彩｜65 x 45 cm
Gabrielle was a server at a restaurant I frequented in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She had immigrated from Kazakhstan and had wonderful stories about her travels and pathway to life in the United States. I asked her to sit for me for a series of photographs and was rewarded with this spontaneous moment of reverie.
Something Left Unsaid 盡在不言中
2023 | Watercolor 水彩｜65 x 45 cm
I think hands are so expressive and are often saying the same thing as the face. These are Eva’s hands – the person who cuts my hair. I listened to Madison Cunningham’s hauntingly beautiful song “Life According to Raechel” several times as I worked on the painting and decided to title the painting from a line in the song.
2019 | Watercolor 水彩｜65 x 45 cm
The photograph I worked from for this painting of my Granddaughter, Josslyn was taken by my working assistant Jeff Pierson. The lighting and her expression were captured at just the perfect moment, and I enjoyed using the juxtaposition of her and the curtains to create an interesting composition.