Category Archives: Botanical Drawing

Losing It

“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 never been more apt than it has since I became “an artist”. Having always been a creative individual, I’m accustomed

Losing It

“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 never been more apt than it has since I became “an artist”. Having always been a creative individual, I’m accustomed

You Can’t Go Wrong with Chives

I love chives. Really, I love all herbs, and my little herb garden is a wondrous source of delight in my life. It’s great to slip out the front door, pick a few fresh herbs, and use them in cooking.

You Can’t Go Wrong with Chives

I love chives. Really, I love all herbs, and my little herb garden is a wondrous source of delight in my life. It’s great to slip out the front door, pick a few fresh herbs, and use them in cooking.

Thoughts on Drawing from Nature

When I first began drawing, I had flowers on my mind. In looking back over the years, it seems many of my favorite artworks and illustrations have been vases of flowers. I love trees, river scenes, seascapes, and views of

Thoughts on Drawing from Nature

When I first began drawing, I had flowers on my mind. In looking back over the years, it seems many of my favorite artworks and illustrations have been vases of flowers. I love trees, river scenes, seascapes, and views of