We were going to paint the “Metallic Winter Trees” project today, however, one of the ladies had already done that project last week. She loves coming to my class and did not want to miss out, so she suggested that she could paint a star. What a great idea! Guess what? She set a trend…
I’m always amazed at how different the final pieces of artwork are. I often fear that, with using one template and limited colors of paint, there won’t be much variation between the pieces. I am ALWAYS proven wrong. These poinsettias are no exception! They truely are uique one-of-a-kind pieces of art!!! I first made a
These butterflies turned out so beautifully! They remind me of inkblot rorschach tests. Each butterfly holds its own little story; its own little world. The preliminary steps were a bit intense, but soooo worth it. What you’ll need: -piece of cardboard (big enough to draw your butterfly) -sharpie pen -scissors -painters tape -exacto knife -watercolor
I absolutely adore this painting. It was a pleasure to see it come to life! I brought one of my own original paintings for the class to use as a reference. Everyone did a great job, however, I’d like to showcase this piece in particular. I love how she used my painting as inspiration and
We focused on creating visual layers in class today: forground, midground, and background. While most were able to accomplish the layering, one gentleman threw all instructions out the window! Haha I love the rebellious black sheep!! He lived in the Rockies for some time as a young man, and wanted to capture the Grandness of
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