Recently I finished an unnamed painting using acrylic paint. Since I began painting back in 2020, I’ve always used watercolor, but rarely acrylic. Watercolor has always been preferrable due to the ability to blend colors and correct my mistakes. Speaking of mistakes, nearly a year’s worth of mistakes is what ultimately led to this painting.Continue reading “It’s All in a Name”
Category Archives: Impressionist
What’s A Gape?
One of the things I enjoy about going to the farmer’s market is meeting people. As a matter of fact, it’s the people, even the other vendors, that make it worth getting up at the crack of dark. Another thing I enjoy – and this might be the best part – is getting the opportunityContinue reading “What’s A Gape?”
Here I Am to Worship
Chris Tomlin will likely never match the number of hymns written by the legendary Fanny J. Crosby, but it would seem he is trying. Honestly, it’s like every time we turn around there are the lyrics of another Tomlin-penned praise song being projected on screens for all to see and praise bands to butcher. ToContinue reading “Here I Am to Worship”
Just Pretty Flowers that Make Me Smile
Quite often my art is more about capturing the essence of something real, like a house, a church, a pond, or even someone’s beloved dog. Other times I paint from my heart, not my eyes. This painting is one of my favorites, if not my most favorite. It’s not a detailed reproduction of anything I’veContinue reading “Just Pretty Flowers that Make Me Smile”