When I run out of creative fuel, I take myself on an art date. Usually, at least part of that date is at a big bookstore, where I can find the art magazines from Europe . . .
Doors and gates are popular visual icons here in Santa Fe. A lot of color and personality is involved and they make a great subject for a sketch . . .
Several years ago, I invested in Yarka watercolors made by St. Petersburg (a Russian company that markets the same paint under White Nights outside of the US). My attraction was that the colors were unusual -purported to be a match… Continue Reading
Seriously? I wonder how many times I have posted about travel kits for sketching since 2006? It seems that every time you think you have the best thing put together, there is still something better . . .
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 . . .