Art Retreat 2015

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If you’d like to learn about my latest new art projects, while relaxing in the southern charm of the lovely Whitney Hill Estates, then sign up now for the second … Read More

Watercolor Cactus

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I’m always looking for a new way to introduce students to the “white crayon trick”. This cactus worked really well, and I liked how older students could add shadows if … Read More

My New PDF Shop

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Welcome to my NEW PDF Shop, with improved graphics and product descriptions and a streamlined download process that will post the link to your order confirmation upon completion of purchase. … Read More

My new Favorite Brushes

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I think any artist who tried to paint with the average school brush would quickly become frustrated. How can you paint carefully when you have a floppy, fuzzy, probably bent, … Read More

An Artist in Haiti

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Today I went to a Haitian school hosting a summer camp, only to turn around to see this young boy sketching on his own. He’s obviously talented, I only hope … Read More

Cool New Product

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This is not a solicited endorsement, I just wanted to follow up on my new favorite way to finish off my Silent Auction Canvases. There’s a new glossy decoupage called … Read More

Valentine Heart Painting

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Jim Dine is considered an important contemporary artist who helped to create the Pop Art movement. He used different popular imagery in his art, but hearts seemed to be his … Read More

Valentine LOVE Card

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I’ve noticed that a lot of students are interested in drawing block letters. This project ties to a contemporary pop artist, and makes a nice Valentine card too. Robert Indiana … Read More