A Watercolor Workshop with Susan Crouch

I was recently blessed to be able to attend a demo and watercolor workshop with Susan Crouch held at the High Country Watermedia Society’s August meeting.  She has graciously give Continue Reading →

Sewing My Journal with French Link and Kettle Stitches

Completing My Journal This is the last post in this series of making my own journal.  This week I will show you how I sewed the signatures and covers together Continue Reading →

Tearing Watercolor Paper for My Handmade Journal

Making the Signatures This is the third post in this series of making my own journal.  This week I will show how I tore down watercolor paper to make the Continue Reading →

Making Covers for My Journal

Making Three Different Sets of Journal Covers In my previous post, I showed how I painted the paper I would be using to create my journal covers. In case you Continue Reading →

Watercolor Landscape on Masa

Recently, I have been experimenting with painting magnolias and tulips in watercolor on masa paper. This week I decided to paint a landscape using this paper. I used the method Continue Reading →

Painting a Composition Using Three Different Techniques

One of my favorite things to do as an artist is experiment with different painting techniques. Experimenting is one way to grow as an artist. Also, if you ever find Continue Reading →