Posts Tagged ‘flowers’
Famous Painters Art Camp for Kids started yesterday with a wonderful Van Gogh painting. The kids did a terrific job in their study of Van Gogh’s “Sprig of Almond in a Glass”. Good work!
While working at Delilah’s Art & Gift Shop on Sunday I set up a table on the porch and painted. I like to do that because people are curious and will ask questions about art and painting when they see you working on a piece. This is a look at the progression of my Sunday painting.
I have been asked to share more of my patterns (I make up a lot as I go) and patterns that I use. I am trying to write out some of mine and as soon as I do I will put a new page here on my blog for crochet where I will share my patterns and links to the others that I use. Hope to have it up for you soon.
Posted in daily painter, Small Town Life, tagged acrylic, art class, Blue Ridge Arts Council, daily painter, daily painting, flowers, geraniums, impressionism, Virginia Artist on April 2, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Yesterday I was asked to speak to a group of Girl Scouts about being a full-time artist. They were a great group of girls who toured the Blue Ridge Arts Council before our session and had several questions about art. I was working on the demonstration painting for our 1st Saturday Paint Party so they watched as I completed the flowers. They enjoyed it so much that they want to come back and do a little painting. So we will meet again later in the month!
I did finish the demo painting for this Saturday’s Paint Party and there are still a couple of seats open if you want to join us and paint this little geranium painting. Contact me today.