Why I am always at the art supply store??? Well, I guess I am an artist. I went again today. I escaped only paying $11.50 which was a small miracle. I had also been the day before. Many visits to the art supply store is expected; I am restarting my art shop on etsy and … Continue reading Why I am always at the art supply store???
So the Huffinton Post Art Blog that I enjoy announces something like Juergen Teller pictures of Celebrities. I roll my eyes but check it out as this image which I have featured looked amazing. Thankfully it was a bit of a bait and switch with pictures of the celebrities at a minimum. Definitely worth checking out. Check … Continue reading Juergen Teller Photographic Awesomeness
So I saw this amazing furniture than I wanted to reproduce so of course i started painting because I am a painter. I finished the top and I like it but my socks weren't rocked. So I thought I'll paint the whole thing blue and paint the pattern over the whole thing. And then I … Continue reading My painted stool
I'm loving The Blue room by Suzanne Valadon. I love stripes in paintings and fabric. I'll paint as much subjects with material as I can get my hands on. Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
Street Art festivals are Awesome and uplifting no matter where it is. I'll take a container. Read the full Article at hyperallergic.com
Art Reaches back at the Girls' Club Collection Art Fall Out in Fort Lauderdale October 6th 2012. As an Artist I know the experience of hanging my work and not really knowing how it was received. Are they being nice? If my work didn't sell is my work being well received? Art Fallout at Girls' Club Collectionis a … Continue reading Girls’ Club Collection Art Fall Out 2012: Post its Everywhere!
What really awesome about this is that the people are the machine. People put money on this end and different people get art on that one. It's like someone pedaling a bicycle to make something work. So lets kick start this thing. Play the art forward! Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
I just l look at painting rather quickly. Unless I am loving the technique then I will scan and study. Like anything I think we are captured by something and fascinated we stop and study and enjoy. Check out the Article on the Huffington Post
"There is a beast that rises in women to defend their children. A beast that is stronger in the physical than they. A Beast that knows no fear and does not stop." an excerpt from Maia and Anubis: God woman God man: The Story. I was going to write about that beast that rises in … Continue reading The Beast!
I have never redone a painting before but when I came to my third painting the my series Maia and Anubis int he garden. I wasn't happy. Yes, I stayed up all night painting for a deadline but when i got done. I wasn't super thrilled. I loved the composition the dynamic active pose but Anubis proportions were not … Continue reading Breaking down Anubis mathematically .
Because my new series of paintings had such a strong Back Story I decided to write it out and articulate their story. Ultimately producing a limited edition handmade book to accompany the paintings. Here is their story. Love is stronger than death. There was a King, a pharaoh that passed into death from this world … Continue reading Maia and Anubis the story
Usually when I sketch I make very quick unfinished drawings. recently I wanted to make more finished sketches and decided to try my hand at watercolor. I love the way the colors push around completely differently from acrylic or oils. I'm loving it
Wicked Awsome Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
Really amazing. My seven year old is fascinated Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
Man you guys are obsessed with photo-realism. Its kidda creepy :O Read the Article at HuffingtonPost
Love the pictures and the concept of a inviting community gallery.
These beautiful captures are printed on handmade tile-like tintypes by a small studio and gallery in San Francisco. Made by coating a tile with an exposure sensivtive chemical and used in place of traditional film. These are effectively the negetive directly converted into the final product through a modified darkroom process.
Michael Shindler owns the portrait studio and started this ongoing project about 5 years ago. He describes galleries as space often perceived as uninviting and daunting to some. He wanted his space to be different. By running the gallery as a retail space selling lomopraphy paraphernalia he found people were more likely to feel comfortable enough to stroll in and investigate. Around 3500 people have had their picture taken by Michael over the past year.
The portraits are all unique objects that cannot be reproduced in turn adding an emotional value lost in the digital age. The images featured are scanned copies of the final…
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Meet Keemo: The Artist that makes Art of things with pulse, the Artist that could and does sell. I don't quite remember how or when, maybe a little over a year ago trolling around on the internet a colorful character catches my eye. I click and click again. I am in a world of pale faced … Continue reading Meet Keemo
Here the pretty babies can you tell I like blue