I Recall Central Park in Fall

Flipping through a magazine looking for something to draw, I came across a couple strolling with their dog. I drew them, added a tree, and had to pull out my watercolors and add some leaves. That illustration reminded me of walking with my husband through Central Park in New York City. Having just watched “FerrisContinue reading “I Recall Central Park in Fall”

Results of my “Assembly Line Painting” experiment. {Please vote for your favorite!}

I finished the four paintings that I working on in “assembly line” fashion. Click here to read more about how I approached working on these paintings. Results: The results of the experiment are best described by this analogy: It’s like raising kids. You raise them in the same way – same environment, same food, activities, etc. butContinue reading “Results of my “Assembly Line Painting” experiment. {Please vote for your favorite!}”

Artist’s Setup

Very quickly into my creative resolution, without really thinking about it, I started setting up my paints and supplies a certain way. A few brushes on a paper towel to the right (I’m right handed), water and cup of brushes above that. Paper or sketchbook in front of me. Above the paper is my watercolor palette.Continue reading “Artist’s Setup”