Category Archives: Mixed-Media Art
I enjoyed creating this portrait of my kindergartener. The new issue of CPS featured it in their Reader Challenge section. To see the process and the materials used, please see the original post. If you’d like to see more … Continue reading
I’m surprised and delighted to see my Bandit Girl and the Ladybugs paintings( I, II, and III) featured in the current issue of Somerset Studio! My heart-felt thanks, once again, to the editors over at Stampington for including my work. … Continue reading
Shimmery, creamy white. Unpredictable texture and transparency. I love onion skins. I also love dried stuff from my back yard: grass stems, dandelions, and primrose petals. I slipped it into a vintage wooden frame that I found at a thrift … Continue reading
Cloth, Paper, Scissors magazine has issued a “Faces of Mixed Media” challenge in their Sept./Oct. issue. This challenge is perfect for trying something new! I’ve given it a shot, purposefully aiming for a different look than all my usual stuff. … Continue reading
It’s better than losing her mind, yes? Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!