The process of an original painting is wild. The conception in sketch form, the birth onto canvas, the forming and developing, the awkward stages, the creation and destruction of elements, the hope, the glimpses of finished faces, the excitement of seeing things come together… the finishing touches. The completed piece… …and the fact that I *could […]
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This is the 11th week of Free Weekly Gifts (no surprise, I give away 100’s of dollars in gifts every year, but I love it! Art is what I CAN GIVE, so I do).
She is complete (again). In 2014 I first completed This Moment Between Us inspired by my pure love for bedtime moments with my 10-year old son. Here is how she looked, and I loved her: BUT… I felt there was something that she needed… I put her away for years, and moved on with other […]
We transform, we gain layers of experience. With hours of sweat and practice in front of the “easel” of our choosing, we evolve. What is your easel of choice? A business, a kitchen, a sewing machine, a house & family, a blog, a book you are writing? Our work, today, has more texture, more layers, […]