“Julian” Oil on Canvas 30″ x 40″ It’s been quite a while since I’ve dabbled in the world of WordPress. So, all week long I’ll be posting a backlog of paintings beginning with this one. It’s a near to life sized portrait of my son, Julian; composer, arranger, singer/songwriter, musician, writer, teacher, and visual artist. Below […]
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, […]
My artist friend Rachel is seventeen years old. It’s difficult to assign a chronological age to this young woman because she is both wise beyond her years and as uninhibited in her creativity as a pre-schooler. That’s how I knew she was the perfect candidate to collaborate with me on this illustration for BIG KIDS Magazine. […]
Last post was an introduction to the fabulous Big Kids’s Magazine. This link connects you to the homepage of the BIG blog. You might say that BIG KIDS Magazine discovered my blog for young artists called Portrait of a Girl and Her Art. Lily (one of the creators), left a wonderful comment and requested that I take […]
Exciting stuff. Lots of excitement…where to begin…..Big Kids Magazine. Go on, have a click on the link, then come on back. Back? Did the animation alone take you to the most magical of creative places? It literally takes me to a place where my creative energies start a-jumping. Now imagine riding that creative […]
Two new posts spotlighting creativity on Portrait of a Girl. Exciting artists from age seven to young adult. Plus new young art on the ART SHARE page.
Apart from the cringing ache of hearing my voice in the voiceover, the trailer for Portrait of a Girl and Her Art was a joy to make. Many thanks to the artists for their vibrant contributions and thanks to my son Julian for his music. If you don’t already know about my book and are […]
(An unsuccessful portrait study and unsuccessful painting) A portrait by definition, must embody the personality, the light, the very being of a subject, filtered through the artist’s eyes. Of course, this does not have to be in a traditional or figurative fashion. But, if we are talking about a figurative portrait, a likeness of face, […]
Two more young artist interviews just a click away! (Click the click:)
Rachel ‘s block prints are clean, graphic and really cool! Rachel is a featured artist in my new, soon to be released book, Portrait of a Girl and Her Art.
Art teachers, parents, grandparents, uncles, friends and aunties, new projects with “how to’s” for artsy young people on Portrait of a Girl and Her Art Blog. Subscribe! Many more projects to come.
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 […]
Just in case you did not catch this interview of Leah on my Portrait of a Girl and Her Art blog, I’m reposting it here, center stage. Leah Olbrich is a fascinating young artist, and a wonderful young woman. Enjoy. (Leah is featured in “Portrait of a Girl and Her Art”on page 43 and page […]
Anna, an elementary school student and burgeoning artist, rose to the challenge in this cordon off assignment. Essentially, I ask a student to take a paper frame and zero in on anything she finds interesting in the room. The task is to cordon off a section of a 3D object, focusing in on any part […]