Monthly Archives: June 2010

Weekend Windup

{Gustave Courbet, Sunset on Lake Geneva} I tend to use weekends as catch alls for all the loose ends that were not completed during the week. This weekend in particular went by fast. I spent some time preparing a talk/slide show on the art of Gustave Courbet. I so admire his individual spirit. Then a […]

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Roses {A New Drawing}

Roses – 15″ x 22″ (38.1 x 55.9 cm) – Graphite on Paper Hello, How was your weekend? Other than enjoying time with S. and Slim, my goal for the weekend was to complete something, anything… as I have been working on paintings that require patience due to the extended time required to complete them. […]

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Work in Progress: Danni’s Treasures

{roses from our garden} I am excited to share with you that my roses are blooming right now! After copying the Claudio Bravo drawing last month, I got inspired to have my own roses. So that very weekend I planted three different bushes, pruned and fertilized them as recommended. It was heartbreaking to prune back […]

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Recent Figurative Work

A few items from Rob Liberace’s class… {Graphite on Paper} {9×12 oil sketch} Thanks for stopping by and reading :) and have a great weekend! Liz

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Hello~ Just a drive by post today before heading to southern VA to attend the Rawls Museum Arts reception this evening. I wanted to share with you the final stage of the portrait from class {here is an earlier stage} It is in the most complete form it shall ever be… If it was a […]

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