About my work

I am a professional architect and an amateur artist. I like the word amateur. It is from the French and means fancier or lover. I have had a love affair with watercolor painting for as long as I can remember. I’ve heard that your hometown never leaves you. Mine is a small refinery town on the Texas coast within sight and smell of salt water. I say this because I know it influences my painting a great deal.

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6 Comments on “About my work”

  1. David Bradley says:

    Mike…I want to purchase one of your works…Bradley

  2. Bradley says:

    Mike: I want the front of the tanker watercolor. Its been a year since we communicated.


    • meborne says:

      Dave –
      Glad you like the painting with the tanker and tug. I gave this watercolor to my nephew, Andy, years ago because he like it so much. He did some computer work for me – he is a digital whiz kid and now makes a comfortable living on the west coast with his wife and family. Good to hear from you!

  3. ss says:

    Hi, your paintings are very beautiful, I want to ask you to let me print one of your painting on cloth، I make handmade cloth bag and I want to print a drawing، please email your answer, thanks

  4. Bob Whyte says:

    Mike, have loved you work since he late 60’s. The navy had us spend some time together in PR and your sketches (& maybe guitar playing) in that side of the hill bar were unforgettable. Still have the “orders” you did when I left ACBII. I want a watercolor, lets (re)connect

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