Last week, I found a hidden treasure in the book section of a second hand store. The book, entitled “Animals: How to Draw Them” was written by Hugh Laidman (published by E.P. Dutton in 1975). I had never heard of … Continue reading
Texture, texture, read all about it
When an artist says they have ancestors are creative, it’s interesting to note how many times others respond “it’s no wonder” or “that explains it”. My mom is an artist. She loves beauty and has a knack for taking the … Continue reading
Getting Our Values Right – Another Tool As someone who works full time and has to fit art and creativity in on the side, I’m always looking for ways to make my creative process go more quickly. One thing my … Continue reading
Today, please exercise your right to vote.
In the Eye of the Storm: What Hurricane Sandy Taught Me about Social Media and Technology. Reading this article made me want to invite my neighbors over for brunch. Great share.
Some artists avoid juried art shows and competitions because they believe the art community should be cooperative and supportive. Others avoid it out of fear of rejection or loss. However, there is another way to relate to these. These events … Continue reading