Friend! One of the wisest things I did as an artist was to follow my dream to sculpt and cast bronze sculptures! Better than painting? No! Both presentations are equally valid, just very different! In fact, I’ve found working in both to be very influential on each other!
1) Working in three dimensions informs my… Read more »
It was a privilege to work with three very talented artists this Saturday at the VEAA Watercolor Workshop. Each had clear objectives for the day and achieved them with flying colors… literally! Each participant had either no experience with watercolor or had been away from the medium for quite awhile.
Watercolor can be a challenging… Read more »
While out in Taos, New Mexico this year for my annual trek to the Intensive Studies Seminar, I received the wonderful news from Libertytown Arts Workshop that my painting, “Cortona Overlook” had found a new home with a proud new owner! Congratulations!
“Cortona Overlook” 11″ x 15″ Watercolor
This painting… Read more »
I am constantly drawn to anthropomorphic observations of animals and am struck by the authentic reminders they can provide us if we let them. They are typically brutally honest and don’t fall prey to society’s politically correct “dances” and “masks”. If they are happy with you (or each other) you know it… and when they… Read more »