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The Landscape Artist Speaks Do you have a hard time selecting just the right frame for your original paintings?  Do you know that oils, watercolors or pastels requires a different type frame?  Do you know why? The number one problem is selecting the right style framing for your painting.  There are several things to consider […]

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The Artist Speaks Today is “go with the flow” Friday. Lots of items to cross off of my to do list.  But, I want to paint.  So how do I just go with the flow? First I’ll prioritize my to do list. Since I’m showing at the “Art at the Lake”  fine art show, I […]

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Fine Art Tips, Tidbits and Tales of Life – The Artist Speaks This is blog # 40 and I want to use this one to express my gratitude to you for visiting and reading my blog!  You are loyal and mean so much to me. It’s raining at Loblolly Cove, I’m sitting at the kitchen […]

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Since I’m working on the watercolor table, I’ll take the time to organize tubes of paint by color. Usually there are paint in five baskets.  Red, Yellow, Blue, Green and Neutral colors. Also, the watercolor brushes need sorting.  There are flats, and rounds, large, medium and small, these are separated into the same categories.  Stored […]

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“Painting is for me but another word for feeling“. Constable Do you paint each day? Painting each day keeps our creative spirit flowing. Let’s say that you are new to painting flowers, can’t wait to get to the easel to start a new painting  and something happens to take away from your creative energy.  How […]

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