As I mentioned in my blog yesterday, I've been in the painting mood lately. I'm certain there is a rhythm to the ups and downs of my creative tendencies, but I've never sat down to figure them out. Maybe I should. Along with working on Palladium today (writing), I prepared several blocked in paintings which … Continue reading Painting starts
Painting today, along with some writing. Trying to get some new, fun art ready for FanX and a couple other upcoming shows. Landscape 21-116″ x 4" acrylic on Bristol Board©2021 Dawn Blair This piece is one I did a couple months ago and it's currently listed on Etsy. I actually painted it because I had … Continue reading Landscape #11
I'm declaring this a painting week for my blog. You'll still get your free fiction on Friday, but the first two posts of the week I'd like to be for a couple of my recent ACEO paintings. ACEO, for those of you who don't know, stands for Artist Cards Editions and Originals. They measure 2.5" … Continue reading Painting Week #1
I am often asked if Brightening is still available for sale. No, it is not. Sorry. It was sold many years ago, but you can still get prints by clicking the link above. The next question I get asked is if I could paint another one. Not likely. I find it very hard to copy … Continue reading Into the enchanted forest
After my post earlier this week about the seasons changing way too soon, I thought I'd lighten it up a bit by bringing in some spring. The seasons do not rule my painting! I've had many people admire my purple trees. I don't know why I like to paint them; they are just fun. So, … Continue reading Purple trees
I noticed the leaves on the trees starting to change color in the middle of August. Some people told me I was crazy, even as I was pointing to the yellow leaves on the trees. Per our calendar, we have made the transition to fall, yet some areas of Idaho are going to get snow … Continue reading Winter in the air?
I have always loved ladybugs. They use to come and land on me.
Twin Falls Art in the Park 2019 going on now.
A tree dreams of space in this painting.
Honestly, I never expected the nebula to give the problems that it did. I thought I had this.