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
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Really amazing. My seven year old is fascinated Read the Article at HuffingtonPost