Tag: paint

Spring-Cleaning out Jars

I woke up this weekend like a bear coming out of hibernation. I awoke to the wonderful Spring sunshine pouring in through the curtains and walked into a nice living room full of light. Birds were chirping all… Read More

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

Love Stone for Plants

When I was little, my grandma and grandpa would take my brother and I to Lake Erie to go “rock hunting.” I’m pretty sure this moment in time sealed in my love for rock beaches and cooler weather…. 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

Craft Sabbatical: Crayon Painting for Adults!

Now, I’ve seen this going around Pintrest like crazy, and I don’t want to be a copycat, but I really wanted to try it. I love to paint, so it should be interesting dealing with a different type… Read More

Craft Sabbatical: Planning

While flipping through some old family photos last night, I came across many that sparked my urge to create. One image in particular : Me, my mom, two of my grandmas, and three of my great grandmas. Four… 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