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- Small details….
- “Quart Study”
- “Warmth of Gold” and a restart
- Finally getting into the Holiday spirit
- “Gift of Gold” for the Holiday Miniatures Show
- “Adirondacks in Summer”
- Unleashing and “Laws of Motion” detail
- “Laws of Motion” and Art for Horses
- “Lunch Rush” and Painting at the Olympics?
- “Colfax Lights” and a Feature!
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Tag Archives: Art
In between some larger pieces, I’m still trying to paint small studies, and trying to get them completed in one sitting. This took more than one sitting, but still got it done faster than I used to. For me, it’s … Continue reading
Finally, 2008 draws to a close. It’s been a good year, but it’s time to move on. I’ll discuss a little about resolutions and goals next post, but for now, to finish off my down time for the year, it’s … Continue reading
I finally got my new digital camera! After a little research, I decided to get a Canon Powershot; basically what I had before but a newer generation. It’s got a nice balance of durability and quality images. Here’s the first … Continue reading
Ok, I admit it. I’m hooked on American Idol. It’s winding down to it’s last three contestants. Not only do I enjoy the singing, but part of the draw for me is that it’s possible to see everyday people take … Continue reading
All the arts are related, right? I’ve been working on my voice. For a long time, I painted and drew because I liked to. Never a real direction as to what I wanted to do or what I wanted “to … Continue reading