Tuesday, September 23, 2014

1947 Good Year (year of the pig)

still life, acrylic, 6" x 6" $100 click here to purchase 

Other News: I compiled my thoughts on Daily Painting for publication on the Massachusetts College of Art and Design's Illustration Blog, Drawn Onward here's an excerpt, 
"The benefit of creating one small painting a day stems from the act of routine as practice. Painting every day is not a new idea. I quickly found a lineage of painters I had already admired, like Charles Hawthorne and Edwin Dickinson who created ‘premier coup’ or ‘at first crack’ paintings – small observational works created in one sitting.2" . . .  
you can read the whole article here http://blogs.massart.edu/illustration/2014/08/29/a-painting-a-day/

3 comments:

  1. Such an array of colors for #1947 which could have been aptly named the "Year of My Parents!"

    The variety of colors mimic the colorful lives we have had and continue to have - mostly thanks to you!

    Your #1 Cheerleader

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  2. A beautifully written article Lisa! You are such a role-model for perseverance and optimism and your art is a joy to look at!

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