You think you’ve seen this before, but you haven’t – not really. You saw my journal page about the Winter Weeds here, but this is something new, surprising, and strange. I love things that are new, surprising, and strange, don’t… Continue Reading →
What have I been up to? The new Art Garden Sketchbook Group has 48 members already and I think it is going to be a great place for sharing – especially as we get on into gardening season. January is… Continue Reading →
Although only a few of you responded last time in Comments, I know that there are many of you who do love your gardens, or the idea of loving a garden, and many of you draw and paint and sketch flowers,… Continue Reading →
I can’t remember whether I have ever posted this journal page before, but I came across it while cleaning my studio (correct that: while procrastinating about cleaning the studio and looking through journals and sketchbooks instead.)
I admit that I do almost all my reading these days on my iPad and have begun the purge of all the fiction from my bookshelves. A lot of non-fiction too. However, there will never be a replacement for the… Continue Reading →
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.
The following is a page from one of the lessons in my new workshop. It’s something I teach in my retreats and students often say it’s worth the whole price of the retreat. I think this is the most important thing… Continue Reading →
Working with glass was a logical addition to working with watercolor for me because both are all about color and light and reflection.
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 →
This is something I posted about five or six years ago, but it is well worth bringing forward.