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Happy New Year! I have been having fun drawing and painting some Flower Faeries. These are all created in an altered book using gesso, serviettes (napkins), acrylic paints, Distress stains, colored pencils and ink. It is so fun playing with serviettes as the background. They create a fun theme
Hi Everyone, here is a peek into one of my favorite kitchen accessories- Aprons. I love aprons- New ones, Vintage ones, Ruffly ones, Simple ones and all the ones my Brother and Sister-in-Law give me and my Mom makes for me. There is a Senior Center in the building that I work in and I recently
Hi Everyone, Happy Holidays! My hand decided to have a major arthritis flare, so I had to take a few weeks off from painting, drawing, etc. I didn't realize how hard it would be to go without creating art for so long. I was hoping I would have had this done to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving,
"Queen of Nuts" (c) 2012 Colleayn T. Klaibourne Watercolor and ink Hi Everyone, The new post is up for the "When Artists Cook" series for my recipe of Cashew Chicken. For more photos and to see the post, please click here. Doodle before it was painted The leaves are starting to turn into beauti
(c) 2012 Colleayn T. Klaibourne I love Angels! My goal this year was to get back into drawing & painting. I think my Angels were very helpful in creating the space, time and motivation to create Art again. With some life changes and some tweeking of my work, daily schedule, and studio arra
Hi Everyone. I am happy to share that I am part of a blog series called "When Artists Cook". Each week an artist will share their art which is focused around food, recipes, cooking, and more. This month I am sharing one of my favorite recipes of oven baked french fries. I could eat these ever
I'm on a journey to learn how to draw faces and bodies so I can create Angels and Faeries. 3 Weeks ago, I didn't even know where to begin to draw a face. Thanks to Jane Davenports Supply Me class, I am on my way. It is fun to see faces appear with their own personality. I've always enjoyed drawi
(c) 2012, Colleayn T. Klaibourne I love the color red. This started with a yellow and green background, but as the details came together, it wanted to become a beautiful red and burgundy color. It may be a reflection of the last couple of weeks being in the upper 90's - 100 degree temps. with high
(c) 2012 Colleayn T. Klaibourne This Mandala was created by painting Silks Acrylics and gel pens on Black Gessoed paper. This one has a lot of shine and is energizing to the mind.