Monthly Archives: July 2022

Busy time… summer course…

July 26, 2022 I am currently busy with an interesting summer course. It will take me right to the end of August so not many chances to do other than the homework. I will of course share the results when it is all done. I can tell you that it looks promising at this time, but we are… Read More »

First dive… the baby seal under the ice

July 11, 2022 I wish I could claim that this was based on one of my own photographs… but it is not. I took a series of phone pictures during a television documentary about the North Pole a while ago, as inspiration for a future painting. The other day, when I was playing around with paint pouring, the… Read More »

Plein-air painting with friends

July 9, 2022 A good ten years ago I had the good fortune to spend 3 years in Bermuda, when my husband was temporarily employed on that beautiful archipel of islands in the Atlantic Ocean. During my stay, I became a part of a small art group and had a lot of fun playing around with (mainly) watercolours.… Read More »

It is pouring art..

July 5, 2022 It was pouring art in my yard this Canada weekend – literally! Pouring paint has become really popular recently. The results are often abstract, which is fairly new for me. So I need your help to find out what it is that YOU see in these two new artworks… so that I can come up… Read More »