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.
Ever tried your hand at making pinwheels? It’s sure to bring out the child in you and spread good cheer in the neighborhood.
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.
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.
Give yourself 10 minutes of art every day and you’ll notice the benefits of this instant therapy spilling over into other areas of your life.
What started out as a vent with scribbles in my art journal turned into a piece that exudes light, hope, kindness and acceptance.
Sometimes creative prompts set by 6-year-olds can take you on a fascinating journey in your art journal. Just make sure to enjoy the process!
Spending hours on an alcohol ink painting only to cut it up and use it as a form of therapeutic art journaling? Crazy! Also, awesome!