Tag: acrylic

Yarn Bomb that Bridge

My typical jaunt from Ohio to New Jersey goes a little something like this… Highway..Highway…Sheetz!…Highway…Highway…sheetz!…Highway…Highway…Highway…home. This time I decided to switch it up. There was some yarn graffiti that had my name all over it.

A Non-Work of Art: The Final Art Chapter

If you haven’t read A Non-Work of Art, be sure to start there before reading ahead. After a year and a half in the making, I think I will call my painting complete. It’s funny the amount of… Read More

Sunsets? Let’s paint them!

Recently, my friend Lauren asked me to take a “Wine and Painting” class with her at Urban Arts at Monroe in Hoboken, NJ. She’s a very talented painter of sunsets and wanted to broaden her horizons – literally…. Read More

A Non-Work of Art: Revived

The last time I painted on this canvas, I lived in a different apartment and the canvas had a different home. I hate to say that it has hung on the wall unfinished for 1 year and 4… Read More

A Non-Work of Art: Inspiration

Before starting to cover the blue, I needed some inspiration.  Check out A Non-Work of Art to hear this story from the beginning. Like I mentioned in the last post, the live stage show put on by Jonsi,… Read More

A Non-Work of Art: Just Wrong.

I started a new color.  If you haven’t read A Non-Work of Art, I would start there for this to make sense. I originally pictured blue with the yellow base, but as soon as it went on the… Read More

A Non-Work of Art: First coat

I put the first strokes of paint down on the blank canvas.  If you haven’t read it yet, check out : Non-work of Art before continuing. I am not a big concert person.  I hate having to stand… Read More

A Non-Work of Art

I have a family full of creative people: from painters to builders to sewers to musicians.  Growing up in households as such, tends to make a person like more than one creative outlet.  I enjoy painting.