Tara’s Florals–Art in the Time of the Coronavirus
Tara Hamilton has taken artistic advantage of our stay-at-home restrictions this year and has been painting just about every day, I think. We have all been blown away by the … Continue reading
Toucan wants to be part of DAB-Day!
Apologies, apologies, to Carolyn Rondthaler who had sent me a photo of this beautiful bird she painted for the Draw-a-Bird Day post for July, but I accidentally omitted him. He … Continue reading
July Draw-a-Bird Day has huge variety
I love seeing so many differences in the birds that people submit for DAB-Day. Not only different birds, but also the differing media and approaches. Here are the July birds!
Wan Lee captures Venice sight beautifully
Wan has recently completed a watercolor using the pouring technique. Here are some glimpses of the process and then the final version.
Wan Lee describes how he used watercolor pouring technique in painting Mississippi River rocks
Editor’s note: In this post, Wan describes how he went about creating his watercolor of rocks in the Mississippi River. His painting is currently part of the show “Summer Work” at the CHAW … Continue reading
Wan Lee used watercolor pouring technique to create beautiful painting
Recently Wednesday Studio member Wan Lee used a technique called watercolor pouring in creating a painting. He told me that Gina Clapp, our original watercolor teacher, taught the class to do … Continue reading