Every Face Tells a Story! Feeling gratefully blessed! I have loved drawing/painting portraits for as long as I can remember. Even with that said, I wasn't the best at it when I was younger! My desire to be able to draw realistically nudged me along to find others who could help me to that end. I fondly remember my Jr. High and Highschool art … [Read more...] about Grateful News!
What a wonderful place to have our Art Reception and Exhibit! The staff was very helpful and the food was fabulous, as always! Live music was provided by Brian Hickman on cello and Kirsten Weiss on Violin. It added so much to our reception! You can view the art anytime at the B2 Cafe now until the end of June. Students range in age from 11 - … [Read more...] about B2 Cafe Spring Student Exhibit
Each year end I begin to reflect on the past year and look into the new year ahead. What do I want to accomplish in 2015? With a Finish Line on the radar I can begin to plan my strategy and mini goals to get there. I want to challenge you to consider what you want to accomplish with your art this next year. Having a coach help you along the … [Read more...] about What is Your Finish Line for 2015?
Art is a personal expression, and sharing something personal can be scary. Sometimes in art class I feel hesitation to show others what I'm working on, and I'm pretty sure I've noticed the same trepidation in my peers. From somewhere inside, a voice says, "It's not perfect yet!" However, to me one of the primary functions of creating art is … [Read more...] about Student Art Exhibit and Reception
I have recently begun to explore with watersoluble graphite and I like what it can do! There are both watersoluble graphite pencils and graphite sticks. If you are accustomed to lots of little detail, you may be put off with the graphite sticks that look like a really large crayon. You can sharpen them to a point, but I didn't want to … [Read more...] about Portrait Process for Watersoluble Graphite