My husband and I were in London recently taking a tour of Chelsea. Known as the epicenter of Swinging London in the 1960-70s, it was home to artists, musicians, and models. Though today it’s a more sedate upscale neighborhood, we were lucky enough to find one artist that still calls Chelsea home. Nick Bashall, one… [Read the rest of the post]
My portrait Contemplative is currently displayed in the Light, Space, and Time Gallery’s “9th Annual Figurative Online Art Exhibition.” This exhibition also displays the work of 74 other talented figurative painters, and all the paintings in the exhibition are available for easy viewing HERE. The show runs April 1-30, 2019.
In a previous blog post, I wrote about putting together a travel sketching kit. Here, you can see me putting my travel kit into action. So as not to make the video too long, I sketched the twig before the video started and compressed it into a hyper-lapse format. Watch me use colored pencils as… [Read the rest of the post]
I recently joined the National League of American Pen Women. The NLAPW is a nonprofit organization of professional women in arts, letters, and music that was founded in 1897. Our mission is to support and promote creative excellence and professional standards among women in the arts. I am participating with them in an art exhibition at the Waterside… [Read the rest of the post]
It’s gotten so bad, I cannot swim or do a push-up. I can’t even raise my hand over my head. For over twenty years, I have had problems with my right shoulder. Even with physical therapy, my shoulder proceeded to get worse to the point of chronic pain. Yesterday, I finally had surgery by Dr…. [Read the rest of the post]