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This work is titled, “Plenty.” Collage on handmade paper, acrylic, prismacolor pencil and cutouts. Ample acid free mat, and maple frame. I just entered it into a juried show. 29 more words


Thank you so much, Karen (http://idoartkarenrobinson.com) for nominating me for this award! I am also going to nominate 15 bloggers, who have inspired me, because what they are doing (writing/painting/photographing/creating) makes the world a BETTER place: 346 more words

A 'FAIL' and What Came Afterwards

In case you haven’t caught up yet, I am taking Life Book 2015 this year.  This past week we had the opportunity to watch an artist at work and then, if we wished, to follow her process and have a go ourselves.   448 more words

Creations From My Craft Room

Behind the Scene: Making a Splash

Timing, timing, timing…anyone who’s a photo shooter knows how important timing is. Years ago, I only shot manual cameras without an auto-winder and my shot timing benefitted from the experience. 154 more words


Peek into my Painting Process

For those of you who are wondering what it’s like to be an artist, here’s a peek into my painting process. First I start with a canvas that I’ve textured with modeling paste with a mason’s trowel. 253 more words


Apple Cactus Bud -- Day 11 of the 30 in 30 challenge

I finished this painting yesterday but waited until today to snap a picture of it in daylight, to try and get the true colors. I also tried scanning it and it came out a whole lot more yellow green than it is in reality. 260 more words


Phase 3 getting closer.... Day #10 of the challenge.

Ok folks, the dark blob is gone, and the surface is completely covered with paint. But it’s not done. I’m hoping that tomorrow, when I add the shadows, it will help it come to life. 294 more words