In this mid-April week I decided to go ahead and try something new. I am finally using my fine art in my digital work. Graphic design has been my bread and butter for 9 years and it feels inescapable as a field when I begin to transition to fine art or illustration. Every employer I have
I discovered the splatter watercolor technique about a year ago. However, until this last weekend I did not have a chance to experiment with it. In the video I show how to create a night sky background using white gouache. I list the supplies you will need below to create this painting. Supplies Large Watercolor Cold Press
This week I decided to pick clouds for my painting subject. I think it’s appropriate due to the time change and the month of March. We are entering spring and with the change of the season I think there is a general shift in inspiration for most artists.
This series of succulents was inspired by a class I took with Barbara Roth at the San Clemente Art Supply last summer. I wanted to do a few studies to refresh my memory on how to paint succulents. To mix it up I painted with gouache instead of watercolors which has less opacity and almost
I have been out of town a lot lately snowboarding and being with family. This winter season has been very busy which means I haven’t had time to paint or prep paintings to work on. I made this short time-lapse video of painting succulents in my garden last week. I also purchased a new camera,