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National Coffee Day

Must be something in the cooler and crisper air that’s making me want to draw coffee more than anything else this week! Just looking at photos of coffee and lattes makes me feel all cozy and calm. 19 more words


Fall Colors

Last weekend one more time we went to visit Rocky Mountain National Park. It was so freezing cold out there. Due to snow fall that morning roads to peak of the mountain were closed. 46 more words

Watercolor Painting

Dance of the Petals & Leaves

Since I last talked to you, I’ve been up to my eyeballs learning techniques, making friends, and getting pushed out of my comfort zone at Sharla Hicks’s Dance of the Petals and Leaves retreat. 500 more words


Portrait Study

From a local drawing group, most folks in this group are primarily interested in portraiture and the class is a good 4 hours long. I used ultramarine blue, alizarin crimson, and burnt sienna as my primary palette.


Sketching in Public

A favorite bonus (or downside, if you’re shy) to sketching in public is the curious visitor. Kids are the best because they just bound right up asking questions — no sideways glances, no quiet slow stepping to get just close enough for a peak (wouldn’t want to disturb the artist). 153 more words


Hello Fall 

Fall is finally coming to Korea after a long, unusually hot and miserable summer. The leaves are starting to turn colors, the sun is setting earlier, and the evenings are getting chillier and chiller. 83 more words


That Time Of Year Again

The days are growing shorter and the nights are getting chillier around here, which can mean only one thing….time to paint some pumpkins  :-)