so far, so good. 25 x 20 inches, and using white pastel for the highlights instead of colored pencil. I am really enjoying to work in a bigger format.
guess what: I rejected the second attempt of the Tree of Life.for some reason I found the background a little too messy and thought that the figures should occupy more space in the picture. here’s my new sketch, subject to further improvements: I didn’t pay too much attention to the size of the sketch, and it ended up too large for the boards I have available around here. had to order larger ones. that will be the largest painting I ever made so far (20 x 30 approximately.) hope […]
i love to see other artists’ workspaces but was never able to show mine. when I was pregnant I had to transform my studio room into a nursery. as a result, I’ve been in a kind of limbo, setting up my stuff anywhere I could work in. our house is not very big and the basement and attic are just inhabitable. finally I set up everything in a corner of the dining room. with time I was needing more and more space and taking over the dining room like a […]
not as many pictures as I’d like, again. can’t understand my eternal failure in taking pictures. I wanted a few ones with Andrea, Mary and Tammy so bad!!!! the show went pretty well. so many nice people! unfortunately the workshop didn’t happen, but even so it was a great day. a whole day painting that banner… I wanted a Klimt-like tree, but in the end I found it very Tim Burton, which is also cool. signs at the entrance, designed by myself. the show was in a historic house called […]
this has been a busy week. last preparations for Pagan Pride Day and for the Web of Life show. I still have to paint a huge banner to hang outside, and get ready for my workshop, Creating Mandalas for Healing. I am particularly anxious about this one, since it will be my first workshop in English. hope things run smoothly, ’cause I’m very happy about the possibility of teaching something again after five years! so, during the rest of the week I’ll probably have no time to touch my brushes, […]