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Intro To Medieval Paint

In my pursuit of all things medieval, I find the need to add some color to things. The method I’ve found the most interesting and practical is egg tempera. 310 more words


Archangel Michael

I need to work on lettering; understanding Cyrillic and maybe Greek enough to know the proper way to write the letters. I’m looking for a booklet of some sort.

Welsh tale

This started life as an icon with a hinged front but has now become a diptych.  The hinged front was really heavy, especially with slate glued to the front, and was a danger to passing artlovers!   172 more words

Latest Madonna

I’ve started making smaller studies as not everyone wants something 5 feet tall – here is one in progress based on the Madonna done for the Berryville Trappist Monastery. 7 more words

My Experience With Egg Tempera

Finals are finally over and the spring semester has come to its end. Congrats to everyone who has made it through another year and yay for me for finishing my freshman year! 205 more words

Where Creativity Works

The eggy fresco experience

This week was all about eggs. Egg tempera (egg yolk, water and pigment) was used for the fake marbling panels, as they had dried out too far for the lime water mix used for… 82 more words