artist’s way: week seven

My week-long Artist’s Way lessons seem to be taking longer than a week.  I'm procrastinating, not sure why.  It isn’t intentional. I could say my husband returning from a temporary duty tour earlier this month, we hosted a large welcome-back gathering for Thanksgiving preparations, my work schedule has been strange with the holidays, but ultimately—that is... Continue Reading →

artistic themes V: fairy tale iconography

Fairy tale imagery has appeared consistently in my artwork throughout the past few years.  My association has been instinctual—while working, storybook pages, text, or imagery simply fit with the atmosphere I was creating . I knew I had an internal association with fairy tales, and viewers inevitably have their own reactions, thoughts, and memories prompted... Continue Reading →

via air mail III

As I mentioned in my previous post last September, several of my fellow artistic college classmates and I took part is a little art postcard exchange.  Our theme was Inside/Outside and over the past month I have been receiving these delightful and inspiring postcards in my post office box.  Our exchange was on a very small... Continue Reading →

artist’s way, week six: via air mail II

This week, several of Cameron’s tasks involved more actual doing, as well as the regular tasks of lists and self-analysis (and of course the weekly artist date and daily morning pages). Week Six: Task no. 4 Creation: Bake something. I'm not much of anything in the kitchen.  Baking in particular. With its detailed measuring, specific instructions,... Continue Reading →

from sketch I

This is series of surreal drawings on canvas I completed last year.  I always think it's interesting to view initial sketches with the finished piece.  It's fun to see how they develop throughout the artistic process.

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