I know you’ve seen posts from veteran art journalists where their worst art journaling is probably my best…but it’s time to take a deep breath and say that miracle mantra… Read more Think Art Journaling is Easy? →
I’ve always thought watercolor with its ephemeral nature was ideal for painting flowers. I’ve used that medium for years to create a loose style of floral art. Then ink entered… Read more Inky Loose Iris Flower →
When 2019 was wrapping up, I still kept hearing this buzz and social media was full of journal this, journal that pics. Some were actually quite nice, but then I ran into junk journals…why would someone call their art junk?
One of my fans suggested I paint more small florals as the Holiday season is approaching and they make great gifts. I intended in 2018 to paint more daily paintings,… Read more Picking a Floral Color Palette →
“Drawing removes the gates holding back the tide of experimentation”…(yea, I said that). In these 2 pieces, I sketched out the face loosely with a blue Stabilo pencil. If I… Read more Blue Stabilo Sketch Experiment →
My favorite artists change all the time. One I’m enamored with right now is Erin Gregory because she uses a lot of color, and I love color too! When I… Read more Use PSE to Analyze Artwork →
My favorite artists change all the time. One I’m enamored with right now is Erin Gregory because she uses a lot of color, and I love color too! When I… Read more Use Photoshop Elements to Analyze Your Favorite Artist →
Wow, where did January go? I have been painting almost daily and doing some larger works too and revisiting Encaustics! Watercolor is where I began and I go back to… Read more Painting Outside Perfect →