- Jun132017Read more
Art supply stores are well stocked these days with a variety of different paper brands to choose from. When you’re a paper fan – like me – it’s a dream come true but for those just starting out, or changing medium, it can be a little daunting. When are the thing you should pay attention to when choosing a new
- Jun122017Read more
There are many reasons why you’d want a printable version of your art. Maybe the most important one of all is backup. Should anything happen to your original work, it’s good to know you can at least create a high quality reproduction. But you may also want to sell your original and keep a file on hand for selling prints.
- Sep102016Read more
It’s a wrap for one of my larger works, “Michael”, a portrait of my cat who passed away a few weeks ago. I had a large sheet of Bristol paper that, as it turned out, wasn’t really my thing to draw on. So I used it for this with watercolor and ink. I never really paint animals and I guess
- Jul142016Read more
I have a mild obsession with series. I need things to fit together. A friend gifted me a nice Ikea Ribba photo frame that holds 5 seperate works and that was the perfect excuse to create a 5 part…series yes. 😀 For a while I wanted to paint a couple of sculptures that I really like. The ones I chose