“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 hadn’t spent the last 2 years learning to draw a face, she would look more like a 3 year old
I didn’t think I’d ever get back into making ACEO/Artist Trading Cards, but I got inspired to do some watercolor faces and I loved them! It’s a great way to practice complementary colors. Here I used burnt sienna and turquoise. These are small, collectibles or great with a mat
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This month, we studied archetypes in our goddess class. I have no idea what archetype this gal is, but I named her Goddess Samsara. Maybe she’s a mystic…her hair done up in a voluminous, spun cotton turban which came out soft looking, like a cotton candy of sheer fabric. I
April began with a full moon and botanical alchemy exploration; a process whereby we make a mordant (a concoction of vinegar and rusty nails or other metals), squish leaves and flowers between paper, bind it all up with twine and let it stew for a day or so (you can
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 paint with watercolors, I arrange all my colors in a really large palette and just intuitively pull and mix on
The month began with a much anticipated class on painting the divine feminine in alignment with the new moon… a most creative time. Toward that end, I channeled my divine feminine in rich blues and greens. This is the forest goddess Tara. She was made from tears shed by her