Okey Dokey, part two is mostly about the way I manipulated my photos to provide a back round and a dress for Ms. Spring. There have to be myriad ways to deal with photos incorporated into digital paintings. I’m simply revealing the way I went about it in this piece. And, I have no problem […]
I’ve just added a new page on my Portrait of a Girl and Her Art Blog, which supports my soon to be available book, of the same name. I’ve included printable guides for your sketchbook and portrait work, along with some general basics about making art. If you’ve never tried working in a sketchbook or […]
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VERY soon now, Portrait of a Girl and Her Art will be available in hardcover, paperback and PDF . I’m working on additional electronic formats. Very soon I’ll have purchase info ready for one step clicking. Portrait of a Girl and Her Art already has a dedicated blog where art tips, exciting interviews with young […]
My brandy new book, PORTRAIT OF A GIRL AND HER ART is in the final stages of production! Hopefully, all typos and misspellings have been identified, and the many gorgeous images have been perfectly placed. What’s it about? Quite simply, it’s all about young female visual artists and their work. It’s a labor of love that has taken […]
“The Rescue” also employs a scanned textural item. Obviously it’s the net. The oranges that came wrapped in it were delicious.
The essence of the sea. The tumbling foaming waves, seaweed, and glistening reflections of sky, are all here in Graces’s collage. So simple and so beautiful. Good work Grace!
Inspiration in a sketchbook
Jonathan has doubly outdone himself, painting a self-portrait and collaging a rich textured stormy sea back round. Quite expressive, don’t you think? Related Articles Amazing collages: When old maps and book pages become the canvas (greendiary.com)