Posts Tagged: Having fun with art
Last October, fellow blogger inknpaper85046788 posted a review of Awakening Your Creative Soul. The book is a “52 Week Journey to Artistic Discovery”. I knew at once it was a book I would love to read. I added it to my “want
I’m approaching my paintings now in an experimental vein…and it’s proving to be interesting.
In many ways, my Garden Fantasy is my impression of impressionist art. I can see leaves and flowers, and I can imagine many things when I see this painting. I can feel different things, too.
Anyone who was around in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s is very familiar with Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine fame, an iconic character who graced almost every cover of the satirical publication from 1956 on. In case you’re wondering, Mad
Recently in one of the online art groups I’m in, someone posted one of “those” posts…the ones we’re really not supposed to post. You know, the “I’m sorry but I’m just a beginner…”, “I know this isn’t really very good…”,
Granny got out her Grumbacher watercolors, her Sakura “Koi” watercolor set, lots of paintbrushes, and big sheets of watercolor paper.
I do feel it’s important for me to keep painting, even when my heart might not be in it. I still need practice, and even though I might start off uninspired, I know inspiration is most apt to come while I’m at my easel, not away from it.