How to turn a children’s book into a themed art journal. Bring your own book, or choose one of mine.
It is Wednesday Word day, and I have one of my watercolor pieces from back in 2013 to share with you. Turns out Groucho was a smart man! What great words to start the day. AND…. (be sure and read … Continued
Spread #6 in my second journal of the year is all about the graduate. I used a favorite vintage photo of a very determined looking woman wearing a cap and gown to make an image transfer using Silk Inkjet transfer … Continued
“Gathering” was originally a piece in my sketchbook that was the precurser to “Follow the Magic”. I decided that I like it well enough to tear it our of my sketchbook and frame it…. something I rarely do! You can … Continued
A week or so ago I taught an image transfer workshop. We tried out all kinds of ways and materials to transfer… but my favorite is still with gel medium, then rubbing off the paper. All the images on this … Continued
Somehow I have gotten 3 weeks behind on posting my daily faces. Faces #115-123 I have to admit, they haven’t been too great because I have been doing super quick sketches because I have been so busy. I am hoping … Continued
This art journal page is all about dealing with the inner critic, and any external critics as well! There is a useful place for criticism. It can help us develop and grow, by prompting us to evaluate and make needed … Continued
I am often asked what inspired a particular piece of art, and while that is a wonderful question to ask an artist, I find it very hard to answer. Honestly, I seldom know all the factors that have influenced me … Continued