Monday, April 22, 2013
One plus to drawing is having the opportunity to use some of my favorite mediums: lith crayon, India ink, leftover pan pastel on a sponge, and new for me, liquid pencil. The paper is rough watercolor paper.
A new addition to my process is what I am calling "quick shots". Using my Iphone, since it is always available, I am now actively looking for inspiration especially for paintings using the encaustic medium. A whole lot of fun!
Saturday, February 02, 2013
Shaping the Landscape: Melted, molded paintings featured in JSU exhibit: In today’s on-demand culture, it’s easy to forget the process it takes to create good work. With easy access to top-of-the-line computer equipment, software programs, specialized applications and m...
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
I'm fighting with my palette this morning or I should say this has been going on for more than a week. Yes it is possible to do battle. My main problem is that I have fallen in love with half of the painting. How could this be when clearly my mentor stressed continually "don't fall in love with any part of your painting". My students have heard that over and over. I did fall in love with half of the painting and thus I'm struggling to make it work. Good advice I received last night..."scrape it all off". Why am I hesitating to do this? The answer is I don't know so I am writing to find out why. For the last several days, I've journaled and still not found my path to the next step. Put the painting away for a while. Though also good advice, I discovered a long time ago just how stubborn I am. So I sit here and ponder and think the best idea is to pull out paper and draw. The battle will be over soon. My second option might be to look at the painting as it stands now on the computer screen and try for objectivity. I have a solo exhibit looming out there.. maybe a reason for turmoil to arise as I delve into questions I must face to continue.
Sunday, July 01, 2012
Thursday, May 03, 2012
Friday, April 13, 2012
|"River Birches" 40 x 30 inches|
|"After Midnight" 40 x 30 inches|
|"Grey" 48 x 36 inches|
Sunday, January 29, 2012
|"Deep Memory" 24 x 30 inches Encaustic/silk photo/paper|
|"Strolling Deeper" 24 x 30 inches Encasutic/silk/paper|
|"To Float A Little" 24 x 30 inches Encaustic/silk/paper|