i usually take lots and lots of photo walks. but lately, i’m finding i’d prefer to have my phone/camera with me less and less.
not always carrying my phone keeps me enjoying the present moment and adds a bit of space and separation when i’m taking an afternoon off…just to enjoy!
so, instead of photos from out and about, here is a snapshot of what’s currently on my studio table! these are all of the art supplies i’ve been mixing together and loving to use most in my new paintings…
bleeding art tissue paper,
metallic pigments (like this copper and bronze, pearl-ex brand),
flocking powder (like these from martha stewart),
water soluble oil pastels,
canvas panel board (already gesso-ed),
white acrylic paint and a palette knife,
and my paper collection!
ps. we’re mixing lots of these supplies together in my HOW TO PAINT A GIRL online workshop! if you’d like to create a few mixed media pieces of your own, find all of the details and register here.
there’s also a session of HOW TO PAINT AN OWL coming up in July!
AND both classes will soon be available as Self-Paced Classes too! To be sure class fits into your schedule, all of my classes will soon be available on-demand, so you can access them instantly, and paint when you want for at least a year! sign up for my newsletter for details.