Wishing each of you the very best in the coming year. It has been a wonderful year and I feel very fortunate to share with you a love of art. Thank you for your encouragement, support and friendship. I look forward to our continuing art journey and can't wait to see what all of you have in store for us in the coming year.
With many Blessings wished for you,
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Wishing you a merry day with your family, friends and loved ones with many blessings in the years to come. A special thanks to each of you for your continued support and encouragement.
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Lost in Wonder blog, sent this card and it looks even better in real life. Teresa has a way with a brush that I admire and her personality is reflected in each of her paintings. She is a zany, humorous, kind, and delightful person with a "straight from the shoulder" way of looking at life. Thanks Teresa, you are a blessing!
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Where is that icon for an embarrassed face. Not paying close attention, I managed to delete most of the watercolor blogs I had in the sidebar this morning. With time I will be adding to the sidebar (again) because I enjoy visiting other artists' blogs. It is a wonderful way to see what is happening around the world.
Thursday, December 09, 2010
Tuesday, December 07, 2010
Babasteve (Steve Evans) on Flickr with his permission to use for our online portrait group practice. I can see that the shadow dark on the nose is a bit too dark or the shadows around the eyes and right side of her face are not dark enough. Now I will look at it and do a comparison with the photo so I can get a more accurate line drawing for a watercolor portrait.
I've been looking at artwork again this morning while a photo of a young girl I want to draw simmers in the back of my mind. Check out the TWSA 2010 Exhibition and enjoy the fine artwork. Click on an image to enlarge and enjoy the show.
For an aspiring artist like myself, seeing such fine work is an inspiration and always brings the question, "how did they do that."