Drawing Skills I have been working on my drawing skills. Hmmm, seems like I say that often. Do we ever quit? I hope not.
Opinionated Student I once read that children of artists sometimes have trouble being an art student; they can be the hardest to teach drawing and painting. I can relate. I grew up in the household of an artist, my Dad, John H. Stermer. I have strong opinions about drawing, painting, art in general and my own […]
Toy Pony Series On day three, its three paintings and a drawing from my "Still Life With Toy Pony" series. Day three refers to the "three paintings a day for five days" challenge being carried out on Facebook. Artist and friend Myrna Wacknov invited me to join in on the fun.
How I Overcame Inertia This is a story about overcoming inertia and taking action. Have you ever had a moment where you finally overcame inertia? You acted after thinking about something for, ummm, several months? You finally do the thing you’ve been talking about doing but haven’t quite done yet? I had such a moment […]
Drawing and Quartering. Hah! Bet you thought it ought to be “drawn and quartered”, and you’d be right. However, it didn’t quite fit with this discussion on drawing and I don’t intend to draw and quarter anybody. I have been thinking all day about what to say about my watercolor drawing of the neighbor’s big […]