How much fun can so many cats have?
Due to a slow internet connection, I now post ZaOD, Feb. 14, 2014
Posted in Art, Daily Sketch, Environment, Two-dimensional work, Women
Tagged black and white, brush pen, daily, daily sketch, drawings, graffiti, graphic, ink, line drawing, pen
As the days become busier, this artist finds she gets to create make up drawings. This one was very fun to draw! Inspiration? You will see where it came from in the next post.
This drawing resulted from admiring the style of clothing from an episode of Downton Abbey.
Posted in Art, Daily Sketch, Two-dimensional work
Tagged black and white, brush pen, clothing, daily, daily s, daily sketch, line drawing, lines, style
Tonight’s drawing brought about choices of what to put on the background to add depth. The reference photo had many more table legs which I left out. The dark value if the upper left feet and legs help to … Continue reading
At the beginning of January, I decided to take part in doing a daily sketch through The Artist Table. Almost every day I’ve been doing my daily sketch/drawing. This is a photo of what I did last night. I used … Continue reading
I hope you are enjoying your summer! With the warm temperatures and cooling nights, my summer is very enjoyable. Much art activity has gone on during the past three months. Three times now, the gypsy cart of art has made … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Environment, Growing and Life Changes, Three-dimensional work, Travels, Two-dimensional work
Tagged acrylic paintings, art, art show, birds, Cats, drawings, Fish, flower garlands, green, gypsy cart, gypsy cart art, Iron Mountain Farmers Market, Joan Game, mixed media, notecards, original art, paint, painting, paintings, prints, rabbit, Rabbits, sewing, stitch, trailers, watercolor, watercolors
What can I say? Sun was pouring through my Southern exposure drawing room window as the ideas fluttered about like the butterfly on the stamp. I really like how this one turned out! The back of this postcard is fun … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Assemblage, Mail Art, Two-dimensional work
Tagged blue, butterflies, butterfly, environment, fabric, ink, Mail Art, mixed media, poetry, postage, recycled, ribbon, sewing, silk, stamp, stitch, tafetta, watercolor
Cut, sew, draw and repeat … Stage 1 of front: I sewed the little orange ribbon on, the little butterfly cut-out, and then drew the rest with the addresses and stamp. Still seemed ho-hum … For the flip side I … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Assemblage, Mail Art, Travels, Two-dimensional work
Tagged art show, cardboard, collage, cut-outs, green, ink, Mail Art, marker, mixed media, postage, raindrops, ribbon, sewing, stamp, stamps, stitch, tulips, writing