Studio Secrets: Outfoxing the limitations…

November 5th, 2013
Studio Secrets: Outfoxing the limitations...

I recently had an unfortunate incident with a painting I was mailing to a collector. The painting is  5″ x 5″ so it didn’t seem to present much of a problem. I’ve mailed large paintings across the country and they’ve arrived perfectly well. I carefully wrapped the painting in glassine paper. (Glassine is a special […]

Asphalt and ideas vs. Mother Nature.

November 6th, 2011
Asphalt and ideas vs. Mother Nature.

I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life – and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do. – Georgia O’Keeffe The days you work are the best days. – Georgia O’Keeffe Last night we made a visit to see the work of an old friend, Ms. […]

Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

September 4th, 2011
Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

“I want the viewer to walk away having felt something.” – Linda St. Clair I recently visited the studio of artist Linda St. Clair in Santa Fe, New Mexico. What a delight! Her airy studio is a sky-lit space filled with color and energy. Linda paints animals of all sorts and sizes, furry and feathered. […]

Color and Pizzazz in the Animal Kingdom

September 4th, 2011

“I want the viewer to walk away having felt something.” – Linda St. Clair I recently visited the studio of artist Linda St. Clair in Santa Fe, New Mexico. What a delight! Her airy studio is a sky-lit space filled with color and energy. Linda paints animals of all sorts and sizes, furry and feathered. […]

How to choose a Roommate

August 14th, 2011
Liza Myers Gallery, Shard Nest, Acrylic Painting

Life is change. Growth is optional. Choose wisely. -Karen Kaiser Clark When you choose an art work, you are choosing a roommate, a life companion. I highly recommend that you choose carefully. Follow your heart! Art can be inspiring, soothing, stimulating, energizing. Sometimes it speaks to sorrow, sometimes to joy. Sometimes you just LIKE it […]