I’m having fun with my watercolors, especially with my watercolor warm-ups. That’s how I begin my day when I come into the studio each morning. Oh, I usually do spend a little time reading blog posts and responding to comments on this blog. I find it inspiring to see what others artists are doing and […]An Apple for the Teacher — Artistcoveries
Is it me or are there a lot of ocean creatures just popping up in artwork all over the place? Maybe it’s an algorithm thing in my browser so it’s just me seeing them but whales in particular seem to be quite popular of late. What is it about whales that grabs the imagination? If…A Whale of a Time — The Weekly Polymer Arts Blog
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I just have to say I have had rusting powder for years and never used it, I love this Card. Product List All paper(except white) is from my Stampin’ Up paper stash, (Stampin’ Up) Neenah Solar White 110lb Paper, (SSS), (EH), (AMAZON) Hero Hues; Splash (SSS), (Scrapbook.com), Ranger dye ink pad Black Tie, (SSS) Paper Artsy Rusting Powder, (SSS) TH 3D Texture […]SSS Monday Challenge—Rusting — Paperkutzs
Artist Mariano Agustín Rodríguez Cevallos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. To see Mariano’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Mariano Agustín Rodríguez Cevallos See also: Plastic Artist By Mariano Agustín Rodríguez Cevallos […]Artist Exposé | Happy! — Edge of Humanity Magazine
I visited Rollings College on Friday to go to the free Cornell Fine Arts Museum museum on campus. There is a free self guided Rollings College Mr. Rogers Neighborhood Tour right now. You get a free sticker and map for the tour at the museum. I didn’t have time to do the walk. But I […]Cornell Fine Arts Museum — Orlando Adventuring
I recently attended another pastel workshop, and I have to say that I learned a lot from the experience. In many ways, though, what I learned wasn’t so much about how to work with soft pastels as it was about myself. First, let’s start with this pastel painting, one that I did at the workshop: […]What Not to Do at an Art Workshop — Artistcoveries
If there’s one thing I love about a handmade business, it’s the researching for new items and items that you like to work with and that will sell. Yarn is on my mind everyday with the colors, textures, thickness, and what will make something for living, wearing, and sharing. Red Heart yarn is one of my favorite yarns to buy and work with. Looking on the Red Heart Yarn website today at the new yarns they have, I stumbled upon this new yarn named An Italian Story. Italian is a part of my nationality and I love products that look like and sometimes come from Italy. As soon as my yarn inventory is minimized, I’m looking forward to trying some of this beautiful yarn from Red Heart. Click on the link to view this yarn.
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I have made these pressed flowers wood pendants as a nature craft gift idea. My mom loves the one I gave to her and wears it almost daily. Maybe other people would love to DIY a necklace for their mom … Read More…DIY Pressed Flowers Pendant using a Driftwood Base — Craft Gossip
Featured Artist Bolduc Claude – Quebec, CanadaInstagram Claude Bolduc was born in Alma, Quebec (Canada) on the 1st of January 1955. On January 4th 1987, birthday of the primitive painter Arthur Villeneuve (Claude Bolduc’s first mentor), Claude begins to paint as a self-taught artist. At this time, the painter stages his own memories and political…
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