Pocket Sized Landscapes- Small Paintings on Driftwood and Mini Art House Wooden Blocks
March 27, 2016
30 paintings in 30 days- An exercise in daily painting
October 4, 2015
Upcoming Art Events, Local and National
May 30, 2016
Reflecting on 30 paintings in 30 days for January 2016
February 1, 2016
Now that the 31st is here, I have a chance to take a breath and reflect. Yes- I still have a painting on the easel. And another one leaning against it begging to be revisited- and it will happen. Eventually. After another few cups of coffee and few really long walks with the dog while we are still getting some rare January sun.
I had a lot of fun this January, and even shared a few little progress shots as I went:
Overall, it was a great experience holding myself to getting in the studio every day, but also letting myself feel free to be extremely experimental and loose! I had decided in advance to only work in water media, so that really opened the door to play around and try things outside of my comfort zone. That is always a good thing!
Moving into February, my focus will be artsy housekeeping- getting the things that are available for purchase listed online, etc. It isn't my favorite "artist job"- maybe that is why I picked a short month? They are all good jobs though, I really can't complain. So be on the lookout for m0re updates on that coming soon- and a lot more updates on all of the other fun ways I am keeping myself busy!
But for now, check out the gallery below- a round up of all the pieces created for January! Some pieces are still available for purchase, so shoot me a message if you have a question about anything specific.