I’m pleased to invite you all to the opening of my show. It’s called “Girls In Sight”. If the images above look familiar it’s because the paintings that will be on exhibit are the very illustrations/portraits of the young women in my book “Portrait of a Girl and Her Art”. They are oil, mixed media, […]
Another collage: revitalizing torn, discarded monotypes-line via pen and ink.
I’m clearly really interested in putting my monotype discards to use as reinvented images. He’s another. I see this as a glimpse into an alien home on a planet far from Earth. This humanoid creature is troubled, looking out into space from a balcony in It’s home. Oh, and It’s wearing a very long sweeping […]
I seem to have collected many monotype discards. Here I’ve collaged the left side of a face from rescued monotype material then inked in the right side. To me, it looks like a sci-fiifeyed fantasy face. Resistance is futile.
India ink/crow quill, collaged photo, discarded monotype, watercolor pencil More pages from the my new orange sketchbook. I don’t make a lot of collage, but I keep a bag of odds and ends tucked away with the intention of putting the pieces together somehow, someday. Today’s one day!
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 […]
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 […]
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)