Thank you, BDN, for the opportunity to have blogged here for the past 17 months.
The best part of having artist friends is getting original art in your mailbox.
Freezing? Don’t want to go out to Christmas shop? Here are six landscape painters to browse online.
Actually, I wouldn’t mind at all if you painted on my front lawn, sir. Lots of people have done it over the years.
The Berkshires are terribly dry right now. Still, people WILL light illegal campfires and shoot off bottle rockets in the woods.
Marsh People can do lovely atmospherics, but there is no structure in their paintings, because it’s too much hassle to draw, or even to learn to draw.
The sun rose again this morning, even a few minutes earlier than yesterday. Despite our sleep depravity, It’s once again time to raise brushes.
She handed me a buoy and drove off. Nothing weird about that, except that it was well into the wee hours of the night and we were both just passing through.
One thing they never teach in art school is how to use social media to advertise your work. (Heck, when I was in art school, social media was limited to pen, paper and a stamp.) There are marketing classes and e-classes you can do online, but the ones I’ve taken dealt in generalities. When it […]
There are three winter formations that I love and was hoping to paint this year. The frozen seeps on rocky escarpments are groundwater’s motion suspended and exaggerated. The cracked sheets of thick ice in tidal marshes are the tide’s motion caught in time. And the thin sheets of ice that form on the edges of […]