A few months ago, I put a sharp corner of a framed painting through the middle of a large (30 x 48 inch) in-progress painting. I may have shared that sad story back when it happened? I pulled the ripped canvas off the stretcher bars,sized up a nice new length ofgesso'dlinen,and stretched it again. I toned it with a mid-value neutral color.That was several months ago -and there it sat.Theweather was nice as a plein air painter, I enjoyed plenty of beautiful daysoutside.
Market Street - Stage OneAs ... read more »
Hello everyone!As we're starting another 365 days round, may we look ahead and aspire to something at the end of it, maybe a fit body, develop an ability, another job, being better at the job, spend more time with the family, how do we want to look back, how are we going to nurture this baby? How are we going to grow? How to get there? I've learned that objectives must be SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound, and that one should start at the end and go backwards, setting all the ... read more »
__Вибачаюсь зо свою відсутність. Але вона була не даремною. Я повернулася. І я маю, що вам сказати.Нарешті я знайшла нове жерело натхнення, і наразі їх декілька. Мені здається, що в мене завершився певний етап в житті. Знайшла і відкрила в собі нові можливості, погляди, вміння...
І це на справді так чудово, відчувати як ти змінюєшся!.. Знаходяться нові пріорітети, твої бажання стають кардинально іншими, і в той час, вони ніби продовжують попередні, але зовсім в іншому руслі.
У мене навіть виникла так... read more »
When I was 19 I moved to Oneonta in upstate New York. In the Mohawk language, Oneonta is believed to mean "place of open rocks" but the people who live there now call it "the city of the hills." Either way, it's a beautiful place to spend a few years. The winters are long and dark in the shadow of those hills but like everywhere else, especially at Christmas, people find a way to bring light to the darkness.
I took a painting class while I was in Oneonta and painted this scene of holiday carolers, inclu... read more »
Hello everyone.I've come to wish you all a wonderful Christmas, may you enjoy this moment in the company of your loved ones. Have a beautiful week, have fun! :) read more »
Hello everyone!Last summer i decided to fill up a sketchbook with anything that came to mind, some of the things i did i don't mind showing, it served as an exercise that i wish i could keep doing with the same regularly, but this last few months have been quite hectic. Don't know when i'll be able to do the same exercise, perhaps during christmas vacation? One can always hope.I wish you all a great week, have fun! :) read more »
Hello everyone. I've been absent for the past weeks and it felt like i've been missing something, like a ritual i haven't been doing and that i should do. So couldn't let it pass this weekend. I leave you here another one of my pictures, no yet available at my S6 store, but it'll be there soon, i'll keep you posted. I wish you all a wonderful week, have fun ;)! read more »
Hello everyone. Today i felt like sharing a poeme that i like very much ever since i heard it for the first time and it's always a plazure to read.
i carry your heart with me (i carry it inmy heart) i am never without it (anywherei go you go, my dear; and whatever is doneby only me is your doing, my darling)
i fearno fate (for you are my fate, my sweet) i wantno world (for beautiful you are my world, my true)and it’s you are whatever a moon has always meantand whatever a sun will always sing is you
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I was clueless with what I have been watching but indeed, it left me breathless! I didn't saw it coming!
This video is a great inspiration for art-lovers. I know, many aspiring artists who have seen the incredible video felt awe. Please share and let this video inspire others, too. read more »
(di Mirko De Frassine) Postiamo nuovamente il reportage realizzato circa un anno fa su un artista incredibile e in giovane età: Enrico Deiana. Famiglia di artisti quella di Enrico, che ci ha conquistato con la tecnica di speed painting. Un grazie a Danilo che si è adoperato nella realizzazione del reportage!
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