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Quick Tutorial on Face Angles

I found this little gem on YouTube by one of my favorite Artists from Indonesia. Check it out. You’ll learn a lot from a quick watch.

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Exploring with Charcoal

Experimenting on a smaller size paper of the kind you plan to use for a larger, final piece is a good idea. I use my 9 X 12 Strathmore 400 series sketchbook to explore different techniques and see how they’ll react to the paper before … Continue readingExploring with Charcoal

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Blackout Poetry

See what fun you can have with a damaged/altered book and a Sharpie. The words you find can take on a whole new meaning. Try it…with an old magazine, newspaper, junk mail. It’s a great way to spark creativity!.  

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“A Lasting Impression”

Mary Cassatt’s “Head of a Young Girl” inspired my above painting, “A Lasting Impression,” in acrylics and pastel on canvas. My goal was to work quickly and go for a mood or effect, rather than focus on detail. I wanted the viewer’s eyes to fill … Continue reading“A Lasting Impression”

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