Trees, I always find my way back to trees. Trees keep me grounded. (pun intended)__________________________________________________________Landscapedigital art Prints Anyone?I have a printing source, and now offer affordable prints. Pricing examples: 8x10 matte finish paper ........................................$30.00*8x10 decor textured paper.....................................$32.50**plus shipping and taxescontact me for a quotes on other sizesTreedigital art“A tree stands strong not by its fruits or branches, but by the … Continue reading Trees
To preface today's story, I need to remind you that back in August I turned 50. For months leading up to my birthday I felt a growing sense of urgency, and dread, yet the days continued, coming straight for me in a steady beat, closer and closer. It was becoming an anxiety, this number 50, and … Continue reading Home is within….
Progress report on Art: Meh, not so much. The tree has come to a stand still. I think I just need to study it a while. I feel like I am close to being where I need to stop. The painting and I will occupy space together for a bit and we will see how things … Continue reading It’s a good thing….
====================================================I have a short story to share with you about the three pieces of artwork shown below. Two of which, you may remember from my daily painting, and the third, a piece that I have never shared before. These pieces are going on an exciting and new adventure, as they are being considered for part … Continue reading A New Stage of Opportunity and Strength…
woman can best re-find herself in some sort of creative activity of her ownAnne Morrow LindberghJust in case you thought I have been lazy, uncreative or lost... A little proof that I although I have not been blogging, it does not mean that I have not been creating....24 x 24 inch prestretched canvasacrylics & inkuntitled12 … Continue reading creative activity
Back on August the ninth, I posted a photo of a WIP (along with the Rooster update) This is the finished piece. Honestly, I thought I would be farther along with this body of work than I am by this time of the year. Oh well.18 x 24 inch pre-stretched canvasUntitledwatercolor & InkOne of my daughters … Continue reading The Point Where Hypothesis and Fact Meet
My knowledge on anything barnyard related is pretty much non-existant. About a year ago, I created this rooster painting on a 12 x 12 inch watercolor canvas, after some goading, which led me to surfing the internet for chicken/rooster images. I painted this guy. He's been laying around in my studio ever since and I had not given … Continue reading Where the Rooster Crows there is a Village….
Mediums: Oil v. AcrylicBefore, I have mentioned that I am working with acrylic paints. It is hard to say which medium I prefer over the other. At times, they each have a lot to offer, but for different reasons. They are unique from one another and both help me to create a variety of the … Continue reading Oil and Water Don’t Mix!
aRt in ProGrEsS:The first image is a piece that I had to get out of my system. The urge to create textural pieces of art work will always be a part of me. Below it, the next piece, I have recently spoken about (the tree). I still have not had time to make a lot of … Continue reading
By now we all know that my skills and patience with photography are like the trees I paint....18 x 24 inch canvasacrylics, marker and pencilUntitledIt feels good to be creating again...and there is something wonderful going on in this paintingclose up of the same paintingJohn Muir on trees:A few minutes ago every tree was excited, … Continue reading