One of the questions though was 'How do I find Inspiration', so let me readers digest about that.
It's been a frame and varnish party here at the Lady Cave (home/studio). I have a little more to do before I drop off my work on Saturday, but I'm pretty much ready to fire. Weather has been nice so I'm not skunked out of the house with the fumes. There is a strong possibility…Read more Fumes and Marginal Arts (aka Sara is going on an adventure)
They look awesome. all are 11 x 14 on thick watercolor paper (feels like 120 p). Colors rich, blacks inky. These are all digital monotypes, so there will only ever be one printed at this size. If they are popular I'll make unsigned copies available, through my online store (and some images you can get…Read more Show Update ‘PRINTS ARE IN’ (reeeeeee!)
All the new painted kids are getting their signatures. Waiting on the giclée monotypes to arrive, and when they do they'll get their own signatures and framed. Show goes up in 10 days. Current possible count is 23, there may be more. Rehab Tavern has lots of nooks so it'll depend on what fits where…Read more Getting ready to fire (art show preview)
Hello everyone, Happy Monday. Today I'm gonna talk to you about how to draw. It's super easy, so get your pencil and paper and lets get started. Step 1. Draw what you see, not what you think you see. The first step in drawing is setting aside our assumptions, what we think we know, and…Read more How to draw in three easy steps.
The work continues. I applied a vinegar/salt mixture to some copper leafing on a painting the other day and it did exactly what I wanted. A bright blue/green patina appeared, I was happy... until I dabbed the vinegar off because I didn't want all the copper gone and it took the color with it. I…Read more Studio bowels