Everyone loves watching short informative videos. It gives us all a much better visual experience than simply reading or looking at a photo. So, last week, I jumped in and created a 3 minute video about my studio and upcoming Open House. Want to know how I did it?
If you live nearby or will be in the Windsor / Detroit area during my Open Studio at the end of September, be sure to put the dates on your calendar. I would love to see you and show you my studio and newest paintings.
Recently, I attended a professional artist workshop in Victoria, B.C. with California artist Michael Shemchuk. It was a game-changer for me and I'm excited to tell you about this incredible experience.
Genevieve Parker Hill, Author and Lifestyle Coach has just launched her latest book, 'The Wealthy Creative' Even though I wouldn't call myself "wealthy", somehow I was selected as one of the 24 role models in her book. Read on for excerpts from the interview.
Working with encaustic wax is a challenge at the best of times. It's easier to work small because the melted wax hardens within seconds between the hot plate and painting. You need to work fast or the wax on your brush won't spread. To create a large painting with encaustic wax requires almost super-human speed. Let me tell you more about my process ...
Summer is quickly fading and I hope yours was especially memorable in a good way.
Having just returned from our annual trip to Shediac, New Brunswick visiting my parents, I'm feeling relaxed, thankful and creatively rejuvenated.