When you have a full time job that is not your art it can become a barrier to creating your art. It is so easy to claim lack of time and needing to take care of other commitments to allow you to not focus on your art. I have been doing art on the side… Continue reading Art on the Side
I have experienced many art medium over my lifetime for painting. In grammar school we used poster paint and cheap watercolor. At Bay Ridge High School, New York, we used acrylic paint. At City College of San Francisco the painting classes where in oils. However, by the end if the first semester I discovered that… Continue reading Go With the Flow
I watch a lot of YouTube art videos and browse Pinterest and am in many art groups on Facebook. It is enjoyable to see and hear what other artists are creating, what tools they use and their views on living the art life. You can learn a lot from these resources. I take notes, make… Continue reading How are You Inspired?
You have heard to get the best art supplies that you can. Many folks will show you supplies that cost a pretty penny and claim that they are the ones you need to have success. I believe that the supplies do not make the art. It is the artist who makes art and you can… Continue reading Colored Pencils for Any Budget.
Signature Monster Art is a great project to get to know your students. To complete this project requires a few tools and supplies. Tools and supplies Paper 2 pieces. One colored and one white. They can be any kind of paper. I used copy paper. PencilScissorsGlueMarkers, crayons or any coloring medium Writing and outlining you… Continue reading Namester Art