Guest Artist: Joanna Grant

Well, here’s another very talented artist that I’ve found in my quest to showcase artists in my next few posts.  I LOVE Joanna’s work, but I especially love her journal work and I think you will too! So here are some great tutorial links to her blog where she walks you through several of her…

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Small pieces for Art on the Greene March 23-24

Hi again, feeling better, but found out it wasn’t the flu indeed….I have to have my gallbladder removed which means my food wasn’t digesting right therefore the nausea, weakness and weight loss (not that I’m complaining about the latter HAH!)  But I’ve heard it’s a simple surgery but it will keep me out of the…

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New piece, step by step

I’ve started a new piece that came to me in my car while driving home from work…..as soon as I got home this was the sketch that quickly and messily came out of my head…. My favorite poem Annabelle Lee by Edgar Allen Poe came to mind and I knew it had to be the back…

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See Me At ART ON THE GREENE in Arlington

Click here for more information on Art on the Greene A free 3 day Arts Festival located between The Ballpark in Arlington and Cowboys Stadium. Richard Greene Linear Park is the venue that will play host to the inaugural event on March 23-25, 2012.  Art On The Greene will feature the finest artists and prominent…

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Final Post for Beveled Art Tutorial….Completed Piece

Hey you!  For the final step in this project you’ll need black pastels such as these…. This is the easiest part of the process but also just brings the whole piece together.  You’ll take your black pastel and outline each block fairly thickly.  Then taking a clean dry brush you’ll blend in the black pastel…

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Follow Along Beveled Project Part III My Favorite New Technique

Hi!  I hope you’re enjoying following along with this project.  I’m enjoying it and can’t wait to see how it turns out.  I’ve done two others with this technique and I’m so in love.  I hope you love it too, it’s easy, fun, a little messy and CHEAP, all the makings of a great technique….

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