The Young Artists painted these potted peonies this past week in art class. What a terrific job!If you know a young artist, ages 7-13, who might like to join our painting class contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Archive for May, 2012
Posted in art class, daily painter, tagged acrylic, art class, art lessons, daily painter, daily painting, flowers, impressionism, Landscape, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia Artist on May 30, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Anyone interested in painting with us in Strasburg remember that we paint the last Tuesday at 5:30 at Buggy B’s on King. Come join us.
One of the secrets that is seldom revealed by full-time artists is the amount of time you must spend doing computer and/or paperwork. If we could just paint and never worry about all the other “stuff” it would be so much easier. I spend several hours a day looking at this.
Posted in daily painter, dogs, tagged daily painter, daily painting, dogs, impressionism, Landscape, oil painting, painting, pet portrait, Rescue dogs, Virginia Artist on May 28, 2012| Leave a Comment »
A few weeks ago while down at the river painting I turned around to look behind me and there was this gentleman walking his buddy. I had to take a photo quick before they were gone down the trail. I just love they look.
Congratulations to my niece, Morgan and her parents as she graduated high school last night. So proud of you!
We painted at the Luray Avenue Boat Landing so I got to work on a painting I started there a few weeks ago. It’s almost finished and I’ll post in soon. But I wanted to show something a little different. I had only about 5 minutes to do a quick sketch before I had to pack up to leave so I sketched this scene to work on in the studio. Thought it might be interesting for you to see what the very beginnings looks like.
They are 5 and 6 years old. Don’t you think they do wonderful work for such young artists? And we have fun to boot. What more can you ask?!