Revealing Leonardo da Vinci’s secrets

Revealing Leonardo da Vinci’s secrets

New research into one of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous works has revealed fresh information about an abandoned composition hidden under the painting. Experts have found initial designs for the angel and infant Christ beneath the surface of the Virgin of the Rocks....

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A word on blue

A word on blue

“Colors are not possessions; they are the intimate revelations of an energy field… light waves with mathematically precise lengths… deep, resonant mysteries with boundless subjectivity… Our lives, when we pay attention to light, compel us to empathy with color.”“Where...

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A Girl (part one)

A Girl (part one)

This is the first part of our demonstration. We had three sessions. The topic under discussion is how to access the right side of the brain. The theory is that people are either left-brained or right-brained, meaning that one side of their brain is dominant. If you're...

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A Girl (part two)

A Girl (part two)

This is the second part of our tutorial on how to access and train the right side of your brain. How was this classic dichotomy born and how much truth is there to it? This concept of brain specialization was researched by a surgeon Joseph Bogen; Robert Ornstein,...

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A Girl (part three)

A Girl (part three)

This is the third, and last part of our tutorial on how to access and train the right side of your brain. Having personally witnessed my students over many years I have concluded that creativity resides in both sides of the brain. The link to the right brain is...

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Rosehip

Rosehip

Sometimes we just feel like using more than the conventional! See how I created a background using spray paint!You are welcome to use my illustration to start with.

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Why Art?

Why Art?

"For the past 25 years, I endured living under solitary confinement with the mental and emotional stress of facing death." On May 5 1993, in Pine Bluff Arkansas, Reams and his friend, Alford Goodwin, robbed a drive-through ATM with a single .32 pistol. Alford, in a...

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Painting the Space Around

Painting the Space Around

Let's paint in a negative style. We are going to concentrate on the space around. Working in the negative is an alternative approach to drawing and painting. With this method the same object can be created, but instead of filling it in with color, texture or shading,...

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Sleeping Beagles

Sleeping Beagles

In this demonstration we are using soft pastels and distress ink. The sponge is attached to its tin, but I prefer to remove it and use it, kind of, like a brush. Join me in this fun project to see how I use my sponge!

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Dressing up

Dressing up

In this short video I am showing you how to use Distress Inks. It is a water-based dye ink with good colour stability. Unlike other inks, Distress Inks react to water which means that water doesn't break down the colour. Water also allows the ink to move on the paper....

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Let’s have some Umbrella fun

Let’s have some Umbrella fun

This is a fun project! The illustration you need is available here for download. Of course, you can create your own! Let's get creative together. Let's have some fun. And, please, email me your results?    

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Landscaping in Soft Pastel

Landscaping in Soft Pastel

So, are you looking for inspiration? What I am about to show you in this video is a rather unorthodox way of getting the creative juices flowing. Go ahead, take a look and work with me. Please remember to subscribe to my channel. I will be uploading demonstrations...

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Playful Kitten

A Girl in Acrylic

Please don't eat the daisies

A Girl (part three)

A Girl (part two)

A Girl (part one)

Painting the space around

Rosehip

Sleeping beagles

Roses in red ink

Colourful mugs

Dressing up

Drawing from the right side of the brain

Umbrella

Landscaping in soft pastel

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