Monthly Archives: March 2012

Palette Knife

I’ve been experimenting with the palette knife.  It wasn’t intended.  A friend gave me some canvases as she cleaned out her studio in preparations for a move, and when I set out to paint this dancer, I was dismayed to … Continue reading »

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The Sketchbook

As a child, I was intrigued by the sketches of Leonardo Da Vinci.  We had an enormous book devoted to his life’s work.  The book weighed almost as much as I did and I would sit with it across my … Continue reading »

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