Bob Russin Pastels - Phlox Trot- Pastel - Painting entry - May 2012 | BoldBrush Painting Competition
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Why Learning to Paint is a Lot Like Gardening
'How Does Your Garden Grow?' 8x10 pastel ©Karen Margulis I will not let the weeds get the best of me. They may have taken over the garden but with some hard work and attention I can make room for my flowers to flourish. So I spent the morning pulling weeds and was thrilled to see my intrepid flowers filling in the garden beds. They are coming back bigger and better than last year. As I pulled the weeds I realized that gardening is a lot like learning how to paint. Think about it. When we…
Think Outside the Box ...Painting Format Matters.
'Reach for the Sun' 10x20 pastel ©Karen Margulis painting available $195 Do you think outside of the box? When it comes to choosing your painting size what governs your choice? Often for me it was the Pile. That is the pile of papers I keep in the corner of my studio. I would often just choose the piece of paper that was on the top of the pile. Size, type and color didn't matter. Or should it? Sometimes I did give it more thought. A bit more. If it was a landscape then I would automatically…
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Painting My World
'A Little Slice of Heaven' 6.5 x 12 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $95 I have been looking at this odd shaped piece of paper for a couple of weeks. I started the painting as a quick demo for a private class. It was a meadow filled with poppies. It was a demonstration on creating depth in a landscape. It wasn't meant to be a finished painting. But you know me by now. I don't want to waste paper even if it is an oddly sized scrap. The odd size was compelling though so I set the painting…
Another one from a recent trip up to Mount Rainier. This one was taken before the sun had come up, and that's why it's a little on the darker side... Polarizer 3-stop GND