The amazing Joanne Sharpe, coincidentally located in a suburb of Rochester right next to where I grew up, has this amazing, very doable online class. So we have had 11 lessons to date and here are some of my highlights: I had to skip lesson with the circle thing, it made me dizzy – aka… Continue reading Letter Love 101
Sometimes, nothing matters. It is a good and a bad feeling at the same time, we are going with the ‘good’ here. Here are two mixed media pieces. the first was actually the bottom piece – you know the one with the star fish that looks good. The lettering got screwed up becuase my faithful… Continue reading here is what I like about summer
Everybody Loves Somebody… On Saturday, we went to a 40th anniversary surprise party. It reminded me of this old song: Everybody loves Somebody. Enjoy your somebody 🙂 7/10/11 – I decided that this is a mess, but the sentiment is so sweet… so it stays.
Now it’s our turn for a rest. Posts from there, if kharma allows. Peace. Quiet. Yeah. 5 x 7 watercolor mounted temporarily on card stock Frame and hang next to your door when you go to the beach ! (or the shore if you are a Jersey girl…)
I love words. I love new words, old words and the history of words. I love to make art from words and recently, started to write over my watercolors: I think will also be true and I LOVE the color… Continue reading Etymology meets Art
This is an exciting ‘new’ method of creating water color flowers and foilage, called Color Drop flowers. I learned this from Martha Lever, who is a whimsical teacher ! At any rate, as will all art, I tend to learn the technique and ignore the details and go off in another direction. I took this… Continue reading The Art of color drop