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Had my first Zoomie session! It was just a play date, using lines and fooling around in various ways: I had hoped for more social interaction, but had fun all the same. I also played with tools I don’t often … Continue reading
Lewisia from an image by Cynthia… Ink-painting with Robert Oster inks: Sushi and Green Lime and Glistening Orange Rumble! Flower named after Lewis, of Lewis and Clark… I love new ink days! No No No NO!! To hear about classes, … Continue reading
Love my fire engine red mixer! Ink painting with Pelikan Black ink and Robert Oster Fire Engine Red ink and Noodler’s Lexington Grey Ink. To hear about classes, follow me on Instagram, Facebook or check out my new, improved dkatiepowellart.com … Continue reading
Continuing Covid-19 journal… Finishing this journal… moving on. When I decided to do these folding journals for Covid-19 reflections, I wanted the virus writing and sketching to be separate from our lives. HA! I thought this was going to be … Continue reading
Continuing Covid-19 journal… It feels good to write a word for how I am feeling at a given time; feelings roller-coaster through the day like Portland weather. I am selective about the news I read. I don’t want to hear … Continue reading
Urban Sketchers has never allowed people who were stuck at home for either surgery or recouping or just unable to get out due to their medical issues to sketch their environment. After being laid up literally on my back for … Continue reading