Tulip, 10″x 10″ framed, oil. $350. Click here to purchase
I was honored to be a part of the Celebration of Creativity in early March. It featured original works from 80+ artists from 15+ different media categories.
I took 6 out of 12 pieces I had remaining that I painted for the calendars that I made for the Portland Open Studios.
They wanted all the pieces framed, so I bought 6 plain, unfinished frames from Canvas Place. I sprayed them with water and I stained them with acrylic paint in the same colors I used in the original artworks. Then I finished them in acrylic gel gloss.
They turned out excellent! I think I will do them again. 🙂
I have made a bold move! I couldn’t talk for about two weeks after my stroke, so I was unsure of offering to teach art classes. Well I’m doing it and my first students said that I did great!
There are still two spaces available in my upcoming art class, March 29 and 31, from 9am-2pm. I’m fixing a tasty lunch for my students on the 29th. Beginners welcome! Details here: http://www.eventbee.com/v/
Listening to while I paint:
The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield, narrated by George Guidall
Better Call Saul Insider Podcast, hosted by Kelley Dixon
American’s Test Kitchen, hosted by Christopher Kimball
Online Marketing Made Easy, hosted by Amy Porterfield
Beyond the To-Do List, hosted by Erik Fisher
Artists Helping Artists, hosted by Leslie Saeta
Social Media Examiner, hosted by Michael Stelzner
Splendid Table, hosted by Lynne Rossetto Kasper
Truth For Life, hosted by Alistair Begg
What I am reading:
Color and Light, by James Gurney
I am continually checking a dictionary, thesaurus, spell check, but one thing that has been particularly helpful is the grammar check and Hemingway App. Please excuse any errors that I make and tell me! 🙂