Sunday, June 27, 2010

Blog Fail

"Seaside Tryptich" 3 12"x24" Canvases
So there it is, finished. It's not my favorite painting ever, but it was a good exercise and I do think it came out pretty well. I like how the waves ended up looking ribbon-ish.
And meanwhile, I've started a new art journal. This time I've vowed to make a doodle a day. I think that will keep me in art shape better than my previously vague "something art related" a day. Also, I'm making it look pretty:
I also made these little tile paintings. They're 5"x5" each and I think I will make one more of each and hang them in my bathroom. Bathroom art is important. People have lots of time to look at it:

And a third abstract clover pattern painting. These I will hang vertically in the guest room which has a lot of black and whiteness going for it:

And last, but not least, the Father's Day Present:
"Donald with Margarita" 11"x18" Watercolor

Thursday, June 10, 2010


So I decided to add on to the previous (and newly edited) sunset picture and make a triptych. I'm not quite done with the people silhouettes.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Bit of a Dry Spell

"Wild Rhododendron" Acrylic 18"x18"
So the art train has been a little slow going. We've been doing a lot of short range travelling, including a trip to the smoky mountains. I did get a lot of pictures, one of which inspired the above painting.
"Wise Owl's Mean Look" Acrylic on Wood Block 6.5"x9"
A quick little painting I did in class.
And a pirate princess caricature for Art Class