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Formally Trained Artist, Oil and Acrylic Painting, Pencil and Charcoal drawing. Catholic, Fangirl, Animal Lover

More Horse Art..

One painting one photo- enjoy 🙂

 

 

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back to the easel

After teaching kids how to draw and paint this summer, I am back in the studio. I demo’d how to draw Spidey about 100 times! I got them started by teaching them how to draw everything from “Hockey” (she meant Hawkeye),  Rapunzel, and my favorite, the Flying Uni-Panda (this is a thing now) . I learned Snoopy had a girlfriend (!!) named Fifi and  drew her a few times. As they head back to school this week, my young artists have learned a lot and even got to use “REAL artist” materials. Here are my two finished paintings from my first week back at “my real job”.

Morning of the Third Day, oil, 10 x 20″

Webcrawler, acrylic,  12x 24″

Weekly Painting Week 100- the simple things

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Back to basics- figure drawing with charcoal. One piece of paper, one stick of charcoal, one eraser, a cloth. I had a discussion with a fellow artist, he said good drawing was not necessary for good painting. I am on the other side– work on drawing, make better paintings. Draw, draw, draw. Thanks for following all the way to week 100- whew! 18 x 24- “Athena”

Weekly Painting Week 97 What style do you paint?

Got busy and finished three this week, so the pressure is on for next week! Very different works. I am usually stuck when I am asked what style I paint in– I think if an artist has just one, she might consider branching out. So here are three. etch2

“Etch” 24 x 36″, acrylic, alcohol and water on canvas

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“Rise” 30 x 30, oil on canvas

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“No fate but what we make” 18 x 24″ oil on canvas

Weekly Painting Week 96 Winter Sunrise

Leaving some details undone, this one focuses on the Starkness…Winter is Coming.

Serene Winter sunrise on a path through the mountains. Feel the cold breath in your lungs, see the grasses clinging to life, the promise of the sunrise that Spring will come again.

11 x 14″ Fine oils on Canvas Panel

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Sold this one this week! On its way to a new home! 24 x 48, Alaska Seascape

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