Thursday, April 24, 2014
Who among us could pass up such an intriguing premise??
With endearing honesty and vulnerability Raghava tells the colorful tale of how life experiences in turn have driven his multiple reincarnations as an artist - from cartooning to painter, media darling to social outcast, and son to father.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Thursday, April 10, 2014
These creatures are so cute, I love those huge eyes. I chose a turquoise background to compliment the burnt sienna bodies. I wish I knew how to knit, their wool must be beautiful. Learning to knit is on my bucket list.
I added the stars to the background. Their eyes are so large and dark, I'm sure at night they must reflect the stars.
Candy Chang ~ artist and urban designer whose work explores the relationship between public space, community and individuation.
BEFORE I DIE I WANT TO
In her New Orleans neighborhood,
artist Candy Chang turned an
abandoned house into a giant chalkboard asking a fill-in-the-blank question:
"Before I die I want to ______"
Her neighbors answers
- surprising, poignant, funny -
became an unexpected
mirror for the community.
What would your answer be?
Thursday, April 3, 2014
page 4, the PROVERBIAL art Journal. "Snowman" - pen and ink. A sketch of a real life snowman in my neighborhood, in New...
WAITING FOR OUR WINGS Back to the winged critters and the challenging composition. I was given excellent advice - my compo...
The kids at the Library should enjoy this painting. I did use layers of glazes in the sky and the clouds. I don't usually use gla...