Posts Tagged: Skies
I started a new oil painting this morning. It’s going to be a bit of a practice painting, a chance for me to work on new techniques I’ve been learning. Of course, I always love painting skies, so for this particular
I’ve been working on my ruined canvas. I’m taking it very slowly, and thinking things through as I decide what scene I want to create. I knew, of course, I wanted interesting, colorful skies, so that’s where I began. When
With each painting I do, I realize how far I’ve come in a very short time, and yet I also realize how very far I have to go.
One of the first artists I met online after starting this art blog was Jade Sutton. She’s creative, she’s imaginative, and she’s very inspiring. You may already be following her blog — Jade Sutton Art — and if you’re not,
When I have a camera in hand, I love taking pictures of clouds, so it is any wonder that I would also enjoy painting them? Here’s one of my cloud photos, taken from our front porch last summer as a
While I’ve been doing a lot of “black and white” drawing lately — graphite, charcoal, conte — I’ve also been playing around with my watercolors more than ever before. Instead of just dabbling — and dribbling — I’m taking a
Rows and flows of angel hair And ice cream castles in the air And feather canyons everywhere I’ve looked at clouds that way But now they only block the sun They rain and snow on everyone So many things I