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What follows is the 18-week drawing process for Water Veil in panoramic view created by IrfranView. My hope is this summary allows you to follow the development of the water scene. Hint: if you click on one of the panoramic … Continue reading
Sometimes WordPress can be ever so frustrating, today is one of those days. It’s been several days since I went through my reader – having just spent two hours liking and commenting, many times twice on the same post, I’ve … Continue reading
This beach scene was painted for this months challenge on Wetcanvas, seemed a great way to get started on warmer subjects as right about now many are a little tired of freezing cold temperatures and winter white-outs. I have no earlier experience painting people … Continue reading
Originally posted on Fur In The Paint:
So recently I got an email from a customer who said “Hey, I see your artwork is on puzzles on this site. I hope you knew.” Well no I didn’t. What to do…
I’ll be taking off for the next 10 days to celebrate Christmas with family and wanted to say that I hope you all have a wonderful week. Any time spent on the computer will be minimal at best, hope to still be able to … Continue reading
Originally posted on New Hampshire Garden Solutions:
In 1991 Keene, New Hampshire had a harvest festival that attracted a few local people who brought about 600 jack o lanterns. By 2003 the harvest festival had become a pumpkin festival and…
My way to help pass on the message and inform.
My friend Doris of “The Terrain of Symmetry” has a call out for all Artists – hope you take an opportunity to check out her beautiful art, as well as the open call for the Twitter Art Exhibit Orlando.
Originally posted on Candid Impressions:
Walking out of the supermarket today I noticed an old man sitting and waiting for his wife to check out their groceries. His face was wizened, lined, a bit tired looking, yet so alive, especially…