I love to plant surprises throughout my home, my life, my work. I like to look at things more than once and find those surprises; things I missed before. Look closely when you’re in my life.
I have shared my progress on this painting with you. The painting is done. I am still inspired when I look at it. What will become of it – that is the question on my mind now. Will it hang in my studio for the duration of my life? Is it meant for someone? Will […]
This was the best Christmas ever. I got a brand new iPad Pro for Christmas. Got the iPad, an Apple pencil, a keyboard, and an awesome set of headphones. Tonight I downloaded a new software called Astropad. It lets me see the screen of my iMac right there on my iPad. I can bring up […]
Did more than 15 minutes yesterday (day one). In fact I worked on this for more than an hour. I was teaching a class last evening and we worked on a drawing of a small book. Then we got out colored pencils and that made it a lot of fun, so I worked longer than […]
I’m launching a new 15 minutes a day for artwork. Hold me accountable for it, will you? This (below) is not a 15 minute a day item, but I came across it and still like it. It’s black charcoal pencil and white charcoal pencil (highlights) on gray Mi Tiente paper. I want to do more. […]
Dan and I met twice in recent days and reviewed our past progress on the new book series. We laid out the storyboard for the first book and handed out assignments. My part is to design the book cover and to buy the domain name for the new website. We’ll reconvene the end of May […]
I’ve been listening to a podcast by Bonnie Gray, author of the book Spiritual White Space. Below is a podcast with Bonnie, created on frequency.fm. I’m a member of a group of artists who meet bi-weekly to study and learn how we can be prophetic artists, artists with a heart for God, artists who are […]
I was sitting in my booth at the National Oyster Festival and someone suggested that I draw a dragon fly. TaDa! Here’s to you, requester!
This pen and ink drawing was done for the “Masquerade” theme at the North End Gallery for October. I discovered that seahorses can change color to match their environment.