Posts Tagged: Simplicity

Eine Kleine Nacht… Kunst

First, apologies to Carsten Wieland or any other German speakers…I hope I wrote my title correctly. I’ve been doing a lot of piano practice lately, including a lovely transcription of Mozart’s well-known Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. You’re familiar with the music, even if

Eine Kleine Nacht… Kunst

First, apologies to Carsten Wieland or any other German speakers…I hope I wrote my title correctly. I’ve been doing a lot of piano practice lately, including a lovely transcription of Mozart’s well-known Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. You’re familiar with the music, even if

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Simple is Good

Yesterday was a very busy day. I was out of town for most of it, then had to drive 90 miles home in pouring rain. Not fun. By the time I got home, I was tired, stressed out, and in

/ Ink

Simple is Good

Yesterday was a very busy day. I was out of town for most of it, then had to drive 90 miles home in pouring rain. Not fun. By the time I got home, I was tired, stressed out, and in

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.

Keep It Simple, Sweetheart

Simplify. That word has been one of my life’s mottos — if a single word can be a motto, that is. I have a natural tendency to over-do things, to make everything more complicated than it needs to be, and

Keep It Simple, Sweetheart

Simplify. That word has been one of my life’s mottos — if a single word can be a motto, that is. I have a natural tendency to over-do things, to make everything more complicated than it needs to be, and

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,