Month: November 2014

  • Rain and Rust and Autumn leaves

    This season I am finally able to feel and enjoy the world around me again, and particularly in the autumn, I find myself surrounded by a feast of the senses. Walking on the Beacon Avenue green belt this time of year is a symphony of color. While autumn is almost over, its last days are…

  • Nonnie with color pencils

    I am participating in a 5 day workshop focusing on faces, called Faces101 by Carla Sonheim. For this assignment, we were told to draw from photos of people that we know very well and to use colored pencils, which cannot be erased. Quite the challenge for an artist. I liked the last one I did…

  • A regal terrier

    While visiting this fox terrier’s family, I had chance to observe her when her human went into the kitchen. She posed, erect, as if she was ready to leap the moment she heard the right enticing sound. I was inspired by her posture and knew I had to paint her. Not for sale.