Making pictures, as in to form, shape, bring about or create a picture. Small Studies. It’s the season of “smalls” – that is drawing small studies on a regular basis. Though, truthfully, I am working on a medium size watercolor painting in my “Three Minute Egg” series. However it is taking a while. And, when […]
iPad Pro Drawings
Articles relating to the digital drawing on the iPad Pro.
The daffodil: an early flower and symbol of hope; a nice way to end the month of March and start the month of April. Intentions. Greetings! I would like to share with you an announcement about my latest art show. Plus, I have a couple of daffodil drawings to show you. You see, I thought […]
Its cheerful; its colorful; and its Stermer-Cox artwork at the Grove Building, Ashland Parks and Recreation. Art Show. Greetings! I am pleased to announce that my husband Robert and I hung fourteen of my paintings yesterday at the above mentioned Grove Building, 1195 East Main St., Ashland OR. You may see the artwork during business […]
The horse is one of my most consistent, long term subjects. And, here I am, drawing horses again! Day #9 = Horse Study. Greetings! It is indeed Day Nine of the #30paintingsin30days hosted by Leslie Seata Fine Art. Today’s piece is another in a long line of drawings and paintings featuring a horse as subject. […]
Daily Habit. One of my daily habits is to practice drawing by using my iPadPro. Building on the discussion on my previous article, finding time to draw can be challenging. There are lots of tasks competing for my attention. However, years ago, I developed the habit of drawing while watching television. TV – v […]
Purpose. This article is about practicing smarter using strategic, or deliberate practice, as it applies to the skill of realistic drawing. I will introduce the idea of deliberate (or strategic) practice then share my views on two articles on how to draw and sketch better. The articles are from the website “Jen Reviews”. Clarifying Terms. […]