These art eggs are inspired by the American minimalist, Ellsworth Kelly. In my last video, I discussed the philosophy of naturalism and how Ellsworth Kelly’s work exemplifies it. As a Christian, I am passionate about the intersection of the arts and faith. I’d love to hear your feedback! If you’d […]
Tag: acrylic paint
To make these tiny little boat tags you’ll need: Halved walnut shells Acrylic paints and brush Cotton cloth/Fabric Scissors Toothpicks Air-dry clay for the tops of the masts. Blank tags, red and blue cardstock Red ribbon Hot glue gun You can make these simply, leaving the shells natural and attaching […]
Recently, I created this small replica of one of the contemporary pieces at the Blanton Museum of Art called “Cord Painting 14” by Regina Bogat. This was done in an effort to encourage discovery and interaction for a group tour for young children, ages 3 to 5 years. It […]
Acrylic lift on matboard.
It’s better than losing her mind, yes? Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!
Instead of sketching a design, I’ll often cut out paper and play around with the pieces until I like the composition. In keeping with my New Year’s resolution to rid my home of mass produced art, I made this simple wall art for my downstairs powder room. The more I […]
These two butterfly canvases are available on my Etsy shop for medical research. All proceeds from my shop are donated to research for Cockayne Syndrome. My little boy, Knox, was diagnosed with this extremely rare disease when he was 8 months old. He’ll be celebrating his 3rd birthday this July, […]