Category Archives: Seascape

Disaster at Sea

Somewhere I found a browser add-on that includes a breath-taking picture, a place to list my to-do’s for the day, and a memorable quote. I don’t know what the name of the program is, but I like the add-on. Sometimes

Disaster at Sea

Somewhere I found a browser add-on that includes a breath-taking picture, a place to list my to-do’s for the day, and a memorable quote. I don’t know what the name of the program is, but I like the add-on. Sometimes

Finding Value in Acrylics

I’m never going to be an acrylic artist, but along with toning canvases, I’m finding another good use for all the acrylic paints I have sitting by my easel.

Finding Value in Acrylics

I’m never going to be an acrylic artist, but along with toning canvases, I’m finding another good use for all the acrylic paints I have sitting by my easel.

The Call of the Sea

Every summer I re-read Treasure Island, and without fail, I begin to hear the call of the sea. As an artist, I’ve never really been able to answer that call. Oh, I’ve dabbled around a bit — and subconsciously my fascination

The Call of the Sea

Every summer I re-read Treasure Island, and without fail, I begin to hear the call of the sea. As an artist, I’ve never really been able to answer that call. Oh, I’ve dabbled around a bit — and subconsciously my fascination

My Fate in a Fortune Cookie

I have always been a believer in fortune cookies. More times than I can count, I’ve opened one, pulled out that little slip of paper, and found a message than couldn’t have been more perfect for me and my current

My Fate in a Fortune Cookie

I have always been a believer in fortune cookies. More times than I can count, I’ve opened one, pulled out that little slip of paper, and found a message than couldn’t have been more perfect for me and my current

The Art of Practice – Tip #5

I like today’s tip from The Art of Practice. It relates to all I’ve been discovering recently about letting go and letting art flow through me. Balance Through Movement Let it flow. Respect natural movements on the page. Keep your corrections simple.  Or,

The Art of Practice – Tip #5

I like today’s tip from The Art of Practice. It relates to all I’ve been discovering recently about letting go and letting art flow through me. Balance Through Movement Let it flow. Respect natural movements on the page. Keep your corrections simple.  Or,

Seascape Fantasy

This particular canvas panel has been many things in its short life.

Seascape Fantasy

This particular canvas panel has been many things in its short life.

Die, Mr. Partridge, Die!

I did my best to work around the still visible contours of the partridge body, and finally — after many hours of frustration — came away with a scene that accomplished my purposes.

Die, Mr. Partridge, Die!

I did my best to work around the still visible contours of the partridge body, and finally — after many hours of frustration — came away with a scene that accomplished my purposes.