Art, Self Love and 2020. 2020. A new direction. A new dimension. I loved 2019. I felt great, worked on some fabulous projects and took on more tasks than previous years. All the while, still feeling better than ever. Amazing year. Moving forwards is ingrained into me, I’m constantly trying to reachContinue reading “The Fine Art of Self-Love”
Category Archives: mixed media
Color-filled Textures! Watercolor class lesson #6
Colorful. Fun and oh so Creative watercolor textures! These techniques are fascinating and the possibilities…Endless!
Power of The Blue
Bold Cocky Prussian blue. Ultramarine blue, Gold. There is a both a Power and a fragility that draws our eye….
Mixed Up media
Mixing it UP! Head towards a new art destination… this time. Create exciting fresh art and get out of your rut.
Even … the trees, have something to say
We can hear even the softest whispers, of nature and art, If we decide to. The forest is filled with things to tell us, its time to listen.
Tearing It Up…collage
In the very imperfections we groan about…there, we find Beauty. The artwork may not be ready yet. I may not be ready yet. There will come a time when everything falls beautifully into place.
Patterns In Black and White
As much as I Love color….. sometimes black and white art images can appeal just as much to me. Floral Pattern Black and White Inspired by a vase overfilled with flowers, this monotype is completely pattern based. It is an abstract, most definitely. And as such, I thought it would make a great design forContinue reading “Patterns In Black and White”
Scarlet and Prussian Blue. Allow the paints to sink, to rise and merge! They meld together in their own unique creative ways.
Her Name was July
Celebrating! July, World Watercolor Month… a tribute to the Queen of Summer!!
Watercolours Wild and Wonderful
Watercolours wild, fast and loose. Yes, watercolours are out again! Fast paced, ‘timed’ challenges were quite exciting. With wonderful colourful hints of light and shadow, 20 minute timed exercises provide a feeling of spontaneity and immediacy. This painting was timed 20 minutes, so there would be no fiddling. The paper was a non watercolour paper, withoutContinue reading “Watercolours Wild and Wonderful”