So many people have asked me how the finished colors and patterns are achieved on my finished bronzes. It is one of the funnest parts of the process since I, as the artist, participate actively in this final stage! Let me show you how we finished “Rolling Bliss” (#3 of 20) since I took lots… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Equine
Don’t get me wrong… sales are important! They validate the effort, resupply the studio to make more art, and represent a “permanent” sharing when someone is moved enough by a piece of my work to invest in it to make it part of their daily life…
Sharing art for me comes in many forms ranging… Read more »
It seemed about time to share another work in process with you! My Acrylic Layers process lends itself especially well to step by step explanations so here are the first six steps I’ve taken so far with a new Acrylic Layers piece titled “Point to Point”. This painting is one of the largest Acrylic Layers… Read more »
As the weather turns cold this Thanksgiving, I am grateful for being part of a wonderfully energetic and active art community here in Fredericksburg, VA! One example of that I want to share was a truly fun event I participated in earlier this Fall during the lovely month of September (when it was warmer and… Read more »
Gallery Flux is a lovely gallery in Ashland, Virginia. This year they held their inaugural “Art of the Horse” Exhibit during the month of September, 2013. This was a curated exhibit and was so popular, the gallery plans to hold it again next year!
I was honored to have my watercolor painting “Echoes I” juried… Read more »