After a pretty long hiatus from online teaching, I have decided to start again – on the platform I have been enjoying for years as a student . . .
Here’s your Tuesday poster – a day late.Lots has been going on around here!
Back in 2007, I published a little ebook (not so little really – 100 pages) called the Creative Drawing Workbook. I had never seen a learn-to-draw book that I liked, and here’s why. . .
Happy New Year, Everyone! If you have been following my blog for awhile, you might remember that New Years Day is my FAVORITE holiday. For me, it is all about clean slates and new beginnings – a new blank canvas… Continue Reading
Last time, we talked about the importance of avoiding pan pollution to retain the brilliant and transparent essence of watercolors. So, where can you make your mess, then?
If there were just one thing that was more important to your art than any technical skills you could learn, any media, or any tool or supply in your studio, what do you think it would be? Right – good design.
Change and creativity go hand in hand. If you know someone who “hates change” and never likes to entertain new ideas, that person is probably not very creative.
I hope that none of you missed my post on the Whatever Blog about my most exciting workshop ever. It’s all about creative thinking instead of just drawing and painting techniques, although there are some of those, of course. How… Continue Reading