When I was younger, I enjoyed making collage art…that is, my version of what I thought collage art was, which wasn’t much, … More
I’m still doing various projects as part of my personal “home-made” brand of art therapy. Despite my commitment to oil … More
Winter is here, I’ve been painting snowy scenes, and I’ve been thoroughly enjoying my December landscape-painting project. With yesterday’s painting … More
Weekends are not always the best time for art. With my husband home, I don’t have the uninterrupted time I … More
Painterly. When I first heard that term, I was confounded by it. What exactly did it mean? I didn’t have … More
When I read about Carla Gannis and her “selfie project” — Artist magazine, March 2019 — I was fascinated by the idea … More
I have played around with digital art a bit, but only a bit. A very little bit, in fact. Actually, it … More
For the record, I don’t play checkers. I know the fundamentals, but my brain has never fully grasped the strategies … More
I hope you enjoy this fun look back. Maybe it brings back a few childhood memories for you, too.
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.
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.
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”
Recently I learned of Debora Stewart and her books on abstract art. Thank you, Vicki Hutchins, for sharing this with … More