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Lapiztola Street Art
I’ve always been a fan of street art, graffiti. I am not talking tagging, but actual street art. Lapiztola is one such movement, and as I am exploring Oaxaca Mexico for our Virtual Sketchwalk, I came across these images. The … Continue reading
Posted in art journal Tagged art, graffiti 2 Comments
#18 on the Top Sketch Websites!
Top 50 Sketch Websites & Blogs For Sketchers & Artists Woot! I made #18 on the top sketch blogs for sketchers! I am not usually interested in awards but this is comparing me with some people who I think are … Continue reading
Posted in class, creativity, drawing, memory, painting, pen & ink, process, sketchbook, watercolor, writing Tagged art, art classes, journal, journaling, sketching 29 Comments
#29faces: The Worst Cold in History and I Painted Buddha
I’ve had the worst cold in history. This cold virus should be packaged as a weapon. After the first two days, going stark mad with boredom but having trouble standing due to dizziness, I finally got my wits about me … Continue reading
Posted in art, drawing, journal, painting, process, sketchbook, watercolor Tagged art, Buddha's face, buddhist, Guatama Buddha, head cold, Neocolor II, Tibetan, watercolor crayons, zen 3 Comments
Joining with other artists Friday 20 January 2017 (and every day until we succeed) stating that I will stand with the People of Color, LBGT, Women everywhere, and for the 99%. I encourage and will pay for factual journalism. I … Continue reading →