Category Archives: Materials
I’m working on a face I painted, took a photo of, printed out, and having been stitching. I didn’t quite finish. The hole in the face is needed to let something show through on the canvas it will be applied … Continue reading
This is the “sample” I am creating for my Open Book workshop. It is a triptych, painted, collaged and now ready to accept found objects, more paint, text, and whatever else I decide it needs. I photographed it out on … Continue reading
. A very good case is made for assembling a dream team in “Making Your Dreams Come True,” by Marcia Weider: You want to simplify the journey to having your dream . . . . If you’re part of a … Continue reading
January, 2011, I decided to join the Sketchbook Challenge. I did so, quite frankly, with reluctance. Why? I am driven to pick up on and follow threads, clues, intuitions that capture my attention and await expression. Whatever I may have … Continue reading
Fences. They protect and they hide. They can be quite decorative, or hideously ominous and imposing. Some of us feel fenced in, others think everything is greener on the other side. Some of us sit on them, others tear them … Continue reading
It’s that hunger ~ to feed, and be fed. To fill the emptiness. To satisfy the longing. Art does all of that for me.
It’s there ~ everyone has at least a spark. Feed it. Feel it. Let it excite you. Paint it.
Don’t be afraid to “lose control.” Trust yourself, trust what you have to give.
Well Worn Glory has gone from the Yupo original, to a partially stitched version, to the totally stitched version. At this point, it is hard to see the original image. However, now I will get out the acrylics and have … Continue reading