As part of my personal growth in 2022, I am auditing art classes at the Rivers School in Weston, Massachusetts, taught by Jeff Nesbit. I layered water soluble graphite, purple watercolor paint and gesso to make a ground. A ground, short for background, is a base used to prepare a support for drawing or aContinue reading “Hands and Heads”
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Draw Your Kitchen
The last assignment in the sketchbook school’s course, Beginning, taught by artist Tommy Kane, is to take 3 hours to draw — in ink — and paint you kitchen. My lines are wonky. My colors are a bit off. I will revisit this assignment when I am better at perspective.
I do a lot of terrible watercolors. I recycle them into collage.