I may have a little bit of a Seth addiction! I love his classes! This one is supposed to be a follow up to his original class “52 Card Pick Up” which I never took. But hey, it didn’t matter! Jokers Wild is such a fun class and trust me, if you ever have the… Continue reading Jokers Wild
I was so thrilled when Anna at The Ink Pad announced that Andy Skinner would be having classes in NYC! My “arting” buddy Laurie, and I, signed up right away. Andy did not disappoint! This was a great set of classes, and the tile collage quickly became one of my top 5 favorite projects, ever!!… Continue reading Andy Skinner
I consider myself very lucky to live close enough to several independent stores that bring in fantastic visiting artists. I’ve taken quite a few classes with Seth Apter at both The Ink Pad and Papercraft Clubhouse . This class was another fabulous workshop with Seth. We worked on 12″x 12″ canvases along with deli paper… Continue reading Canvas Collage-Markmaking
I fell down the “poured painting” rabbit hole pretty deep. For me it’s a great marriage of art and science in concocting the right formula to achieve the desired results. It definitely addicting, and everyone in my house quickly wanted to make their own mixes and pour their own canvases. Below are some examples from… Continue reading Fluid Painting
I had the wonderful opportunity to share the process of painting with alcohol inks with a group of art educators. This is such an interesting artistic process and I love how each person made it work to their strengths. The flowers and landscapes are just so beautiful. The inks that we used can all be… Continue reading Alcohol Inks
I know the students in my school found this to be a lot of fun, and now they’ve turned it into an app! https://artsandculture.google.com/camera/selfie These were my selfies that came up more often than any others no matter what picture I used!
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I was so thrilled when my swap package arrived! My favorite color envelope, and filled with beautiful ATCs! I wanted to get a great photo of each one because they are just so lovely. Mother nature has been not so nice with us lately and the lighting was odd in some of the photos. These… Continue reading Ocean/Sunset ATC Swap part 2
I’m participating in an ATC swap hosted by Lenna Andrews. The swap constraint is that all work must be with a sunset or ocean scheme. I originally picked sunset, which is representative of my usual palette. But I decided to make the ATCs two sided, and I did the ocean on the other side. I’m… Continue reading Sunset/Ocean ATC Swap