We’ve lost a lot but not our creative spirit. One month ago, a seemingly ordinary rainstorm made a sudden change and became quite the little stinker. It hung out right on top of our heads and dumped trillions of gallons of water that had no where to go but into our homes. Once the water receded, our home was quickly gutted and out went the walls to the trash pile in the front yard. Fellow flood victims, when the happy day comes and your home once again has walls, rejoice!
Seriously winter it’s time for you to leave. We’ve had some fun but now I’m ready for the weather to warm up. I do appreciate a cold day on Christmas but other than that please give me sunshine and a warm breeze. Thankfully, warm days here in the south are just a few weeks away. In the mean-time I’ve been teaching a fun warm up exercise to my art students. It’s important before beginning an art project to give your creative brain a chance to knock off the cold and warm up. Gu
For some reason people are afraid of stretched canvas. Please don't be, it's really not that frightening. In fact, I recommend canvas for kids. If you purchase a value pack it can be quite feasible. Canvas can be your friend for several reasons. First, you can paint over canvas as many times as your little heart desires. Don’t be concerned with making a mistake. The paint will dry and you can paint right over any minor infraction that has caused you distress. Second, it doesn