Introducing the lovely Grace Choi! I met Grace a few years back in a small business community. We connected over art and art education and a common passion for community over competition. Grace's artworks are just divine! Enjoy the read.
It's lockdown time here in Sydney Australia and I know a few other states are in lockdown too with many others under restrictions. This period of time is like no other in our lifetimes. I was reflecting on this the other day. Our generation has had it so good. We've had a pretty smooth ride other than the global financial crisis so I guess it's only fair for us to have to face this tricky time. I've got a couple of ideas to help you to get through this lockdown, so here goes...
Introducing the wonderful mixed media artist Amy Compton! Amy has been on my radar for quite some time now. For me, it is not just her colourful and soulful art that stands out. It is also her experimentational approach to art-making, her willingness to share her journey and her support of others as they make their own way through the world of art. But will you like her art and her nature as much as I do? I'm pretty sure I know the answer... but I'll let you be the judge. Read on.
This week, I have for you a super useful and eco painting tip! This is the trick thta has me saving acrylic paints, minimising how much paint ends up going down the drain and being able to keep the exact same palette going for a week or so.
This week, I introduce you to artist Jane Thompson. I have long admired her work on Instagram and we have connected through social media over the last year or so. What stands out about Jane's work, from an onlooker's perspective, is the pure expression, the energy and the connectedness. Her use of colour and composition in all of her works is nothing short of perfection.