Posts Tagged: Finding one’s artistic style

Getting Carried Away

Sometimes maybe we deliberately need to make bad art.

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Going Deeper

This woodland scene — still unfinished — represents the feelings I had as I painted, feelings that I’m following a path that’s leading me deeper into impressionism, leading me toward a deeper understanding of what art is to me, giving me a deeper awareness of my own creative spirit.

Going Deeper

This woodland scene — still unfinished — represents the feelings I had as I painted, feelings that I’m following a path that’s leading me deeper into impressionism, leading me toward a deeper understanding of what art is to me, giving me a deeper awareness of my own creative spirit.

Bits and Pieces

Although I don’t like the finished painting, I do see a lot about it that gives me hope for my future as an artist. As you know, I’m still trying to figure out who I am and who I want to be, and I think there’s a lot of me in this painting.

Bits and Pieces

Although I don’t like the finished painting, I do see a lot about it that gives me hope for my future as an artist. As you know, I’m still trying to figure out who I am and who I want to be, and I think there’s a lot of me in this painting.

Finding One’s Style

At what point does an artist begin to develop a unique, personal style? I’ve often wondered about this, and lately the question has been on my mind a lot. When I look at colored pencil sketches or paintings I’ve done,

Finding One’s Style

At what point does an artist begin to develop a unique, personal style? I’ve often wondered about this, and lately the question has been on my mind a lot. When I look at colored pencil sketches or paintings I’ve done,