Everything is changing it seems. That is a fun thing, but also lots of work!
I admit to not being a perfect paint brush parent – some might say I am actually abusive . . .
A glass palette would make a great gift for any artist friend, or for you! So, I made some to put in the gallery, but I’ll let you have a chance to get them too!
Being that it’s World Watercolor Month. I thought it might be nice to make a few glass palettes to share. So, I used my 4th Holiday to make one kiln load . . .
I am an avid art journaler – in books – with watercolor and I love that. But, to my surprise, I have found that my digital journals have also become a huge part of my practice.
I have been active on the art web scene for 16 years, and for 16 years, I have been waiting patiently for myself to put some of my artwork online . . .
Comments you leave on this blog are ALWAYS read, ALWAYS appreciated, and if a question is asked, I really want to answer it. The last post brought up a couple of things that need a response.
An interesting garden journal page usually begins in a garden. Doesn’t have to, but it usually does. Something stands out as interesting at the moment, and you think “hmmm . . .what will I do to translate this interesting thing… Continue Reading
I LOVE palettes and am always in search of the perfect palette solution (for me anyway). I work with watercolor at home in my greenhouse studio, and also when I am out traveling . . . even if I am going… Continue Reading
Those who read my recent series of posts about using watercolor palettes may remember that I did not recommend this type – with wells in the cover and base – BECAUSE the dried paint falls out . . .