A little bit of art therapy this week! I started with a Sharpie marker and an 11 x 14 pad of paper then zoned out as drew what I thought and felt as the feelings unfolded. What do you see when you look at it?
Does anyone else struggle to title their work? I sure do! This lady first lived as a sketch in my notebook before I gifted her a garden and watched her bloom into color. While I favor a slightly more precise approach with other types of paintings it was fun to experiment and slap some paint […]
I dipped my feet into the daunting process of learning to paint water! What a challenge to communicate vastness in a small space. I love the colorful glow beneath the waves as well as the loose and frantic foreground compared to the serene horizon where sea and sky meld into one. Acrylic on canvas, 8 […]
My favorite part of this recently-finished painting is difficult to detect on camera. Look closely with the right angles and in the right light and you’ll find evidence of little happenings in the snow, the scratches of the bird on the post searching for a seed, mouse tracks disappearing into a burrowed hole, an early […]