Category Archives: Digital Art

Saturday Afternoon

Weekends are not always the best time for art. With my husband home, I don’t have the uninterrupted time I enjoy when I paint, not do I have the peaceful, quiet environment I need. Instead of hearing gentle music or

Saturday Afternoon

Weekends are not always the best time for art. With my husband home, I don’t have the uninterrupted time I enjoy when I paint, not do I have the peaceful, quiet environment I need. Instead of hearing gentle music or

A Little “Painterly” Fun

Painterly.  When I first heard that term, I was confounded by it. What exactly did it mean? I didn’t have a clue. I simply thought that anything painted in oil was painterly in some way or another, but no, it

A Little “Painterly” Fun

Painterly.  When I first heard that term, I was confounded by it. What exactly did it mean? I didn’t have a clue. I simply thought that anything painted in oil was painterly in some way or another, but no, it

Images – A Digital Project

When I read about Carla Gannis and her “selfie project” — Artist magazine, March 2019 — I was fascinated by the idea of capturing something of myself in an on-going fashion, a sort of visual reminder of who I am. You might

Images – A Digital Project

When I read about Carla Gannis and her “selfie project” — Artist magazine, March 2019 — I was fascinated by the idea of capturing something of myself in an on-going fashion, a sort of visual reminder of who I am. You might

Discovering Digital Art

I have played around with digital art a bit, but only a bit. A very little bit, in fact. Actually, it would be more accurate to say that I’ve toyed with photo manipulation, and I’ve really done nothing with actual art.

Discovering Digital Art

I have played around with digital art a bit, but only a bit. A very little bit, in fact. Actually, it would be more accurate to say that I’ve toyed with photo manipulation, and I’ve really done nothing with actual art.

Checkers, Anyone?

For the record, I don’t play checkers. I know the fundamentals, but my brain has never fully grasped the strategies involved. As for chess — which is also played on a board with 64 squares — yes, I can play,

Checkers, Anyone?

For the record, I don’t play checkers. I know the fundamentals, but my brain has never fully grasped the strategies involved. As for chess — which is also played on a board with 64 squares — yes, I can play,

Living Out Loud

I hope you enjoy this fun look back. Maybe it brings back a few childhood memories for you, too.

Living Out Loud

I hope you enjoy this fun look back. Maybe it brings back a few childhood memories for you, too.

Digital Fun

I don’t know how to use digital graphics programs like Photoshop or GIMP, so I just play around with them until I come up with something I like.

Digital Fun

I don’t know how to use digital graphics programs like Photoshop or GIMP, so I just play around with them until I come up with something I like.

But, It Doesn’t Look Like a Bird

It was about midnight when I suddenly woke up and realized that I hadn’t done anything for the monthly celebration of our feathery friends, so I stumbled out of bed, grabbed a warm robe, and headed to my little art room, still half asleep.

But, It Doesn’t Look Like a Bird

It was about midnight when I suddenly woke up and realized that I hadn’t done anything for the monthly celebration of our feathery friends, so I stumbled out of bed, grabbed a warm robe, and headed to my little art room, still half asleep.

A Different Sort of Art

Looking at my attempts to paint trees and leaves made me think back to photographs and digital art I had done in the past. Today I’d like to share two of my “fall favorites”

A Different Sort of Art

Looking at my attempts to paint trees and leaves made me think back to photographs and digital art I had done in the past. Today I’d like to share two of my “fall favorites”

Making My Mark

Recently I learned of Debora Stewart and her books on abstract art. Thank you, Vicki Hutchins, for sharing this with me.  If you haven’t already visited Vicki’s wonderful blog, just click and go! You’ll enjoy it. I’ve had many “abstract”

Making My Mark

Recently I learned of Debora Stewart and her books on abstract art. Thank you, Vicki Hutchins, for sharing this with me.  If you haven’t already visited Vicki’s wonderful blog, just click and go! You’ll enjoy it. I’ve had many “abstract”