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Day 17 Banana

How to control the brush over details? How to make the color realistically? “””””””””””””””””””””””” Ping and children like bananas. Ming is taller than me now. He always eats something in the afternoon after school. 54 more words

Drawing & Painting

Kathryn Leitner: Colors Of Ranch Life

The sun is shining in Kathryn Leitner’s painting, arousing the sense of the sun’s warmth on your skin with just a glance. The mares and foals are resting, soaking in the delightful feeling after a day of grazing, or perhaps after the long winter. 707 more words

Introducing the RWA exhibition, ‘Lines in a Landscape: Drawings from the Royal Collection’

Currently I’m assisting the marketing manager at the Royal West of England Academy (RWA) in Bristol with interpreting and promoting the gallery’s exhibitions. One of the highlights of this role is writing for the RWA blog. 85 more words


Hand #4

Spent two hours on this drawing. Enough for hand for now. What’s the next subject?

Drawing & Painting

Hand No. 3

Ming asked: “You draw a hand every day!”


“Until when?”

“Don’t know. Until the interest in drawing hands is gone. ”

Drawing & Painting

Old Town Scottsdale For History, Art, And Cuisine

The small section of town known as Old Town Scottsdale includes a park, a history museum, and a performing arts center.  The retail establishments are known for western art and Mexican imports.   316 more words


The Art of TR


Remington’s Broncho Buster at home with several other bronzes on the mantel of the North Room at Sagamore Hill.

Two familiar western artists of Theodore Roosevelt’s lifetime, Frederic Remington and Charles Russell, were intermingled with the twenty-sixth president’s life as cowboy and lover of nature and history. 635 more words

Theodore Roosevelt