Christmas is all about music and both of my kids are very into their music…as am I! This guitar was inspired by the musical enthusiasm of a friend as well as the musical enthusiasm of my children. I also saw a guitar something like this in a magazine at a music store!! Enjoy, tune in to your inner musician and keep making art!!
My husband bought me a bunch of new brushes for my birthday a few months ago and I thought I’d take the plunge into process art and try out all the new brushes. This is what my right brain came up with. Oddly enough, it looks far more organized than I would have expected. Hmm, what does that say about my right brain? It seems that my right frontal cortex is running the show. Enjoy, allow your right brain to be in charge for awhile and keep making art!
For those of you who have been following me for awhile you will recognize this piece to some degree. I showed details of it a long time ago and with our move, starting a new job and business, I am just finishing it…finally. The lower left corner was the final addition. I knew exactly what I wanted to add, based on a work by Salvadore Dali seen in the Dali Museum of St. Petersburg, Florida in March of 2012! Yes, I knew what I wanted to add for that long and this past Saturday night on the Eve of St. Paddy’s Day, I did it! Now, I need your help. I have always just called this “The Big Pink” when referring to it within my family but I have also thought of “Sticks and Stones” as a title. I am wondering what you think about these titles? I am also willing to entertain other suggestions for a title and once I decide I will re-post including the new title of the work. The piece is 36″ by 48″ acrylic on canvas. Enjoy, be imaginative and keep making art!
I was just cleaning up my paints the other day when my son, aged 6, joined me and wanted to paint too. As I was low on watercolour paper we decided to use what was available. We went through the papers that had originally been set out to catch stray water and paint and found a few interesting pages to paint! We hope you enjoy our results! You can make art anywhere with anything..just keep making it.