New watercolor ~ Door to the Lore #3

Door to the Lore #3 ~ Watercolor by John Klobucher

Hello friends and art fans! Here’s the latest Art of Lore

Legend says that the third Door of Lore stands in a land long ago and far, far away — a place lost in space where darkness rules. I can picture Lord Vader lurking here, or Kylo Ren, behind those rocks.

Where are Rey and Luke when you need them?! I’ve got a really bad feeling about this…

Title: Door to the Lore #3
Painted: September 2017
Paints: Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours
Paper: Arches Watercolor Block, rough, 140lb 12″x16″

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May the Lore be with you!

New watercolor ~ Door to the Lore #2

Door to the Lore #2 ~ Watercolor by John Klobucher

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It’s another mysterious door from the World of Lore — this one set by a blue-green sea. Judging by the fallen columns, these ruins were abandoned ages ago by some lost civilization and its forgotten folk. And yet… would you dare to climb the stair and test the portal sleeping there?

Title: Door to the Lore #2
Painted: September 2017
Paints: Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours
Paper: Arches Watercolor Block, hot pressed, 140lb 9″x12″

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May the Lore be with you!

New watercolor ~ Door to the Lore #1

Door to the Lore #1 ~ Watercolor by John Klobucher

Hello friends and art fans! Here’s the latest Art of Lore

This surreal landscape had two sources of inspiration. The first was the ruins of an ancient stone doorway that I once photographed while visiting the Alsace region of France. The second, naturally, was the timeless time portal from the classic Star Trek episode “City on the Edge of Forever”.

Of course, this passage is not likely to lead to a Depression-era soup kitchen run by Joan Collins where James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock desperately race to fix a timeline broken by accidentally over-medicated Dr. McCoy. No — mine is the door to a stranger Lore.

Title: Door to the Lore #1
Painted: September 2017
Paints: Winsor & Newton Professional Water Colours
Paper: Arches Watercolor Block, cold pressed, 140lb 9″x12″

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May the Lore be with you!