Category Archives: Art Studio

Hold It Right There!

I haven’t done a lot of serious drawing and painting recently, but I have done a lot of reading, a lot of studying, and a lot of practice work. I laughed a little when I read Mark Christopher Weber’s words

Hold It Right There!

I haven’t done a lot of serious drawing and painting recently, but I have done a lot of reading, a lot of studying, and a lot of practice work. I laughed a little when I read Mark Christopher Weber’s words

What’s Stopping You?

All right, so the question of the day is really a bit more personal. It’s not so much about what’s stopping you as it is about what’s stopping me. This is the third of four questions posed by artist George

What’s Stopping You?

All right, so the question of the day is really a bit more personal. It’s not so much about what’s stopping you as it is about what’s stopping me. This is the third of four questions posed by artist George

September is Here!

I love September. I always have, and I’m sure I always will. Really, what’s not to love? Although it’s still warm and autumn won’t officially begin until later in the month, September marks a change of season for me. I

September is Here!

I love September. I always have, and I’m sure I always will. Really, what’s not to love? Although it’s still warm and autumn won’t officially begin until later in the month, September marks a change of season for me. I

Do I Have an Egbert?

I wrote about brushes once before — when I was first doing watercolor painting. That was a little over two years ago, and a lot has changed since then, at least when it comes to me and painting. I’ve discovered

Do I Have an Egbert?

I wrote about brushes once before — when I was first doing watercolor painting. That was a little over two years ago, and a lot has changed since then, at least when it comes to me and painting. I’ve discovered

A Year to Remember

Recently I received my official announcement for the upcoming HFAA Art Show. A few days earlier, I had actually helped fold and staple the flyers during our monthly HFAA meeting, so I already knew all about our event. I had

A Year to Remember

Recently I received my official announcement for the upcoming HFAA Art Show. A few days earlier, I had actually helped fold and staple the flyers during our monthly HFAA meeting, so I already knew all about our event. I had

The Art of Practice – Tip #10

I’m not at all sure I agree with today’s tip — the last in The Art of Practice. For what it’s worth, here it is: Let Inventory Be Your Teacher The more you paint, the luckier you’ll become. Small is best.

The Art of Practice – Tip #10

I’m not at all sure I agree with today’s tip — the last in The Art of Practice. For what it’s worth, here it is: Let Inventory Be Your Teacher The more you paint, the luckier you’ll become. Small is best.

Open Studio

On Saturday, I attended my first open studio event sponsored by our Tri-County Art League. These events are held in a spacious meeting room with all the facilities a group could want — lots of tables and chairs, lots of room,

Open Studio

On Saturday, I attended my first open studio event sponsored by our Tri-County Art League. These events are held in a spacious meeting room with all the facilities a group could want — lots of tables and chairs, lots of room,