It’s coming along. I fixed the contrast problem of the rain by adding some contrast with some blue glazes….I used various strengths or combinations of glaze and blue on it, from more glaze and less blue to more blue and less glaze. I tried to blend in the dark portions with lighter glazes. That’s theContinue reading “Golden Healing, Art Process, Part 6”
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Mixed media skins and digital art: Golden Promise, version 2, in progress
Below is the digital art I’ve been working on called Golden Promise. This is really version 11, and even more if you count all the inbetweens, but I’m counting this only as version 2. I end up with so many saved versions of my digital art that I have to make a separate folder, justContinue reading “Mixed media skins and digital art: Golden Promise, version 2, in progress”
Art process: Explaining the progression of my “Journey” art piece.
This is a mixed media art piece. The final image is digital, but here you can see some of the progression. In the first image, you see an oil pastel drawing with one piece of fiber paper with stars to the left. I layered the oil pastels and then scratched into it to created thisContinue reading “Art process: Explaining the progression of my “Journey” art piece.”
This is made with tissue paper and oil pastels. It was fun to make!
Never Give Up
This painting titled “Never Give Up” only took a day or two to finish. This is an example of what I call my “emotional landscape art.” Its art I make just for fun, or to de-stress, or express feelings with no particular objective in mind. These “emotional landscape” art pieces are made intuitively and spontaneously.Continue reading “Never Give Up”
Abstract Approaches, Lesson 1, Part 1
Art class: Abstract Mojo. Abstract Approaches, Lesson 1, Part 1 I’m taking a new art class called Abstract Mojo with Tracy Verdugo. Off and on over the last 2 weeks I have been working on the first lesson which is really a free lesson, called Abstract Approaches. This lesson is not really part of theContinue reading “Abstract Approaches, Lesson 1, Part 1”
Working on a new painting during worship. Its not done yet, and may entirely change. This is done on 18×24, 140 lb, cold press watercolor paper. I wanted it to be playful, spontaneous, and whimsical….Its likely to change entirely. Its evolving. Perhaps now it looks a little heavier, but its not done. I will goContinue reading “Playful”