Category Archives: studies

More Spring Flower Experiments

More spring flower experiments Continue reading

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Stepping out in Spring

Are you, like me, starting to draw outside more than you did in the last year? Any challenges that come up from a practice that may have been dormant for a while? Continue reading

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Spring Experiments at Filoli Gardens

Spring Experiments at Filoli Gardens Continue reading

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Spring in California

Painting Mustard Fields Continue reading

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More Flowers by Jessie

Drawing Jessie Chapman’s wonderful flower arrangements. Continue reading

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Flowers to start the week

Flowers for the start of the week Continue reading

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Hope and Flowers

Moody Flowers for a day of fleeting feelings. Continue reading

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Flowers

A bouquet of flowers, to make the work-week speed by… Flowers are a lot of fun to paint and gorgeous in themselves. But they’re also a super-forgiving subject, so I find them perfect for trying new techniques and painting freely. … Continue reading

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Frame by Frame

Studying Moives Continue reading

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Little Studies

Here are pages from my sketchbook with thumbnails, all related to different things I want to look at deeper. These bite-sized studies come first. They’re a no pressure way to understand new things, experiment and collect observations. Continue reading

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