It’s important to give yourself permission to change course midway. Trust your gut, honor your feelings and immerse yourself in the process.
Don’t discard those “meh” prints! These are awesome backgrounds that you can transform into anything your heart desires. Look at what I did 🙂
Your life journey is never a straight path between two points. Mine has certainly been circuitous and very insightful. Here’s a snippet of what I mean.
A lot of thought and creative energy goes into the building and mixing of layers. Here’s a quick video to share how the process unfolds.
Join me in creating abstract watercolor portraits with acrylic inks and some basic supplies. Class launches this fall.
I’m often asked how I decide on my color schemes. I wish I had a more acceptable answer but the truth is that I don’t give color any thought.
It’s fun to watch a journal spread evolve from a blank page of paper to becoming a work of art that evokes an emotion.
Inspired by Jennifer McGuire’s shadow box card technique, I made this collapsible bookmark using “scraps” of Dura-lar paintings. The base and the top are both made from Grafix Dura-lar, a heat-resistant polyester film that is a mix of acetate and mylar. I love its translucency and durability for both gel plate printing and alcohol inkContinue reading “A Scrappy Bookmark”
When you give yourself the permission to enjoy painting for the sake of, a new story unfolds on canvas — one that may surprise you as well.
I am demystifying mixed media one project at a time and hope that the insights you glean from this post will inspire you to take the plunge.