How cool is that? If you looked at a digital watch at 10 minutes after 9 yesterday, it would have been 126.96.36.199.13 ! I love numbers and geometry. As an artist I know and love the inter-flowing relationship between art, math and science. Art and math are traditionally viewed as polar opposite concepts (right brain … Continue reading Just Thinking about….11.12.13
Scrapfest Kitchener was, once again, a wonderful experience. I love the Marketplace where you can find just about anything your heart desires in the crafting world! The retailers come very well-stocked and many offer great ‘Make and Takes’, however I noticed many charging this time (this is the first time). It was definitely a deterrent for me … Continue reading Scrapfest Kitchener – What a Blast! Part I
I love to attend certain creative shows because I always come away inspired. The spring OOAK Show and Sale was no exception and there were several definite STANDOUT discoveries I made. This is a juried show so only the best of the best who apply are accepted. I went with my friend, Tina on opening … Continue reading Wonderful Discoveries at the One of a Kind Show
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Come on a journey with me as we SMOOCH in SO many different ways! Can you pick out all the techniques I used and surfaces friendly to Smooch in making this frame? I’ll give you a hint: 12. Use inks to enhance stamped images Decorate a card by applying mists to a wet … Continue reading Let’s SMOOCH!
I am participating in my first circle journal with 12 other artists. I’m under a kind of ‘publication ban’ – lol – by the group because we want to keep our creations under wraps until we see them when they arrive at our homes. For the uninitiated (like I was ) we each make a … Continue reading Circle Journal
As Cyn Gagen and Robi Cohen continue their adventure through Art History, tonight’s stop was a wonderful visit with ‘Photography’. Lisa Snow Photography The actual ‘era’ was known as Photorealism and it was very popular in the latter part of the 20th century. Why paint a picture that looks exactly like a painting? I don’t … Continue reading Photography Is Art – In the Zone June 6,2011