Art Blog

Welcome to my art blog where you’ll find weekly updates regarding my latest work, exhibitions and artistic journey. My blog is my online journal. I love talking with viewers and fellow artists so  feel free to comment or ask me a questions on any of my posts!



A Few of My Favourites

Today, as part of Leslie Saeta’s 30 day challenge I’ve posted a collage with a few of my favourite pieces.

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The Making of a Masterpiece

I recently read an article entitled “The Making of a Masterpiece” by Richard McKinley, in the Pastel Journal Magazine. McKinley discusses what it takes for an artist to go from a blank sheet of paper or canvas to a masterpiece.

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A Drawing Competition & A Lil Seperation Anxiety

For the last 2 weeks I have been working steadily on my entry for the inaugural annual Drawing Competition held by the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard. Submissions which were due today April 21st.

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Artists & Sensitivity

‘The arts are more dangerous than other occupations, because they require sensitivity to a large extent… If you go too far you can pay a price — you can be too sensitive to live in this world.’

– Terence Ketter of Stanford University

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These shoes are made for walkin!

I’m forever amazed by how the simplest of subject matter can make for an exciting drawing or painting. Recently, in a drawing session taught by Bermudian artist Emma Ingham, we focused on the emotion of line.

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I must have a thing for purples and reds over the last few months. I’m noticing my latest still life pieces have a warm earthy scheme. It must be my rebellion to winter. Summer I’m ready!  I’ve got plans for this island landscape that surrounds me.

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The Depths

Lately I’ve been focusing on creating greater contrasts in my paintings to increase the value/light variations. My latest painting shown below is entitled ‘The Depths”. The vibrant pears appear to be emerging from a dark depths of the bowl.

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Get it in!

I recently discussed the drawing workshop which I began in early February. We’ve been working steadily on live drawing and how to “see” values. Values are the lights and darks, highlights and shadows etc. on an object.

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Monday’s don’t have to be blue!

I’m pretty sure many of my working class people can relate to this. Friday rolls around and you’re excited that finally it’s the end of the week and you can have two days to relax and do something that you truly enjoy. 

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