Posts Tagged: Balance

Charting a Course

People have different ways of getting about, different ways of maneuvering through life, different ways to get where they’re going. I would truly be lost without GPS. Some people feel the same way about their bullet journals.  Yes, I jumped

Charting a Course

People have different ways of getting about, different ways of maneuvering through life, different ways to get where they’re going. I would truly be lost without GPS. Some people feel the same way about their bullet journals.  Yes, I jumped

R & B Art

Who likes rhythm and blues? Well, guess what. That’s not what today’s post is all about. The R & B in art, you see, stands not for rhythm and blues, but for rhythm and balance. The painting here is one of

R & B Art

Who likes rhythm and blues? Well, guess what. That’s not what today’s post is all about. The R & B in art, you see, stands not for rhythm and blues, but for rhythm and balance. The painting here is one of

Harmony in Painting – Through the Eyes of Cezanne

Harmony is a term I’ve most-often heard in reference to music, not visual art. As I’m learning more about composition — another term I’m familiar with as a musician — I’m discovering the importance of creating harmony within our art

Harmony in Painting – Through the Eyes of Cezanne

Harmony is a term I’ve most-often heard in reference to music, not visual art. As I’m learning more about composition — another term I’m familiar with as a musician — I’m discovering the importance of creating harmony within our art

True Balance in Art

Lately I’ve been on an artistic frenzy. I’ve created several drawings and paintings that I consider successful, as well as a few failures, like the hideous blue monster I shared recently. Every morning I get up and tell my husband, “I’m going

True Balance in Art

Lately I’ve been on an artistic frenzy. I’ve created several drawings and paintings that I consider successful, as well as a few failures, like the hideous blue monster I shared recently. Every morning I get up and tell my husband, “I’m going