I love September. I always have, and I’m sure I always will. Really, what’s not to love? Although it’s still … More
I wrote about brushes once before — when I was first doing watercolor painting. That was a little over two … More
Recently I received my official announcement for the upcoming HFAA Art Show. A few days earlier, I had actually helped … More
I’m not at all sure I agree with today’s tip — the last in The Art of Practice. For what it’s … More
On Saturday, I attended my first open studio event sponsored by our Tri-County Art League. These events are held in a … More
Recently while working on a few graphite drawing exercises, I came across a sheet of practice instructions I’d never seen … More
I’ve done a bit more work on the painting I started yesterday morning. I’ve been learning so much lately, and … More
Granny got out her Grumbacher watercolors, her Sakura “Koi” watercolor set, lots of paintbrushes, and big sheets of watercolor paper.
I think, at this point, it goes without saying that I’ve figured out what medium I most enjoy. While I still like charcoal and graphite, oil painting has become my favorite form of artistic expression.
I may not be a great artist, but I’m loving what I’m doing.
…one week isn’t long, but I have already learned a lot.
Of all the things I’ve learned and read and done — or tried — over the last year as a … More
“I’ve finally got it all together…I just don’t remember where I put it.” I’ve always loved that quote, and it’s … More
Cooking? Isn’t this an art blog? Yes, but I’m passionate about both, and as art is now taking over my … More
On the first day of creation, light came into the world. Nothing is more important for an artist than light. … More