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Physical Therapy for Your Art Practice

I suggest to my Drawing Practice students that they do a six-week plan and goal setting session at the end of class; and that they repeat that every six weeks for the rest of their lives. Knowing what our goals are, and seeing how we executed our plans, helps us realign our strategy for going […]

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Protected: My 2019 End-of-Year Wrap Up

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Redefining the Self: Another Watercolor Portrait on Fluid 100 Hot Press Watercolor Paper

        I tend to work in a series and this was item three in a series this spring that started with the image I posted in September 16th’s blog post. The second image in the series was the image in Monday’s blog post. What Do They Have in Common That Holds Them […]

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Protected: How Do I Keep a Journal or a Sketchbook?

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Protected: Sketching in Family Situations: Creating New Family Contracts

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Self-Assessment: 2018—Filling Journals, Using Up Paint

  Some Background and The Brand of Paint I’ve Been Using Lately Yes, this painting actually has something to do with self-assessment and goal setting. First I want to say something about the materials… While I did sketch some more after painting this image yesterday (Dec. 31, 2018) this turned out to be my final […]

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Protected: Focusing on Doing and Not on Naming

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Protected: When Drawing Isn’t Fun

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Protected: Limited Choices Lead to Successful Projects

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Detail of the eye area. Dry strokes of paint stumbled over the top of dry lower layers take texture from the paper and create a fun broken-color effect that helps mimic the texture on a chicken's face.

Protected: Everyone Needs a Side Project

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