(12×12″ acrylics on wood panel)
I’m still a little unsatisfied by how this piece turned out, but rather than try to fix what I don’t seem to understand very well, I’m calling this one done. Better to quit while it still looks rather nice than spoil it through frustration.
I need to go to the next experiment and be more careful how I organize the colour scheme.
Wish me luck… :)
Step by step illustration of Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq – Canadian Geographic.
What a lovely find. A fine artist honouring another fine artist. This makes my day.
So far, so good, but I’m likely going to be changing quite a bit in this game of colour.
An acting troupe in pre-war Deventer, Holland.
On the far right, in the gray coat and holding the basket, is my mother, Toos. As for the play itself, I have no idea, but perhaps the urge to be creative was passed from mother to son.
She’s got nice lines and putting down lines gets nice little prizes at times.