I had been asked a few times in the past if I would do a Torn Paper Painting workshop. Not feeling quite ready to do that at those times I kept turning down the idea.
Well....yes...it's time. My very first Torn Paper Painting Workshop will be held May 20 & 21 at the Fall River Art Association.
If you're in the area at this time....book a spot. I'd love to meet you :)
Apr 27, 2011
Posted by WW at 10:59 AM 1 comment:
Labels: art workshop, fall river art association, paper paintings, torn paper painting collages, workshops
Apr 16, 2011
Back at it....finally
I had sketched this piece out and done an underpainting ages ago...but was unable to get to it until now. As I felt better I would go to the art room each day and see how much time I could put in on my feet. Every day I made a bit more progress. Last night...I finished it!! Varnish and all.
Today I took a drive to The Little Beach Gallery in Hyannis and brought some new work to freshen the wall for the upcoming season! Jen just actually purchased the building and it's looking really beautiful!
Since this little piece was ready to go...I took it along, as well as some of the new beach toy pail & shovel pieces and the cabanas. The walls are about to have "summer" written all over them!!
I'll post a few progress shots of the lighthouse on the Torn Paper Paintings FaceBook Fan Page soon, as I did with a few other pieces recently.
Posted by WW at 7:45 PM 2 comments:
Labels: beach art, lighthouse, little beach gallery, paper paintings, red roof, summertime, torn paper painting collages
Apr 3, 2011
Wasn't sure how long it would take me to finish this one since I found myself with a sinus infection while half way through. It did slow the progress, though not that much.
I'll be putting a few progress shots of it on the FaceBook Fan Page.
I included one messy shot of the work table here while I was trying to plan out the papers for the sand.
Now....on to the next piece!!
Posted by WW at 1:54 PM 4 comments:
Labels: beach cabanas, beach house, beach hut, seaside, torn paper painting, torn paper painting collages
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