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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: Sketching at the New Bell Museum

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Protected: Pentel Pocket Brush Pen—New Ink Colors

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Protected: Stonehenge Aqua Review Part 5—A Look at the Hot Press Surface

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Protected: Acrylic Painting—Some Books and Materials Recommendations

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Roz’s 2018 Minnesota State Fair Journal

Today’s gallery contains all the pages of my 2018 Minnesota State Fair Journal. This year I was able to attend on three days. There are sections indicating the start of each new day, and stating which day was the sketch out (I could only attend one of the sketch out days). I worked on 300 […]

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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Protected: 2018 Drawing Practice—Drawing Live Subjects in Public

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Pentel Brush Pen and gouache sketch on a pre-painting background. (Hand•Book Watercolor Journal.)

Protected: Textures 2018 Class Registration Closes February 3: Why Use Textures?

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A full spread sketch in the largest Hahnemühle Nostalgie sketchbook. I used a Bienfang Magenta watercolor brush pend to start and did the comb and wattles and area around the eye. A little different approach for me because I usually start with the eye. Then I decided to paint some of the features, add color to the background, and also add some stenciling detail to the background.

Protected: When Do You Stop? When Is A Drawing Finished

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