I spent the morning working on audio and getting some Patreon posts done. If figured I'd have the afternoon to write. But then one of my neighbors got stuck. It's slush out there and normally she handles snow very well. I went out to see if she needed help. She did almost have it herself. … Continue reading Shoveling
Mornings that typically see me writing today saw me pulling splinters out of my hands. Someday I swear I'll be smart enough to wear work gloves. I knew I got a couple splinters while I was working outside yesterday, but I couldn't believe that I hadn't gotten them fully out yesterday (the pains of being … Continue reading Changes of the day
Painting today, along with some writing. Trying to get some new, fun art ready for FanX and a couple other upcoming shows. Landscape 21-116″ x 4" acrylic on Bristol Board©2021 Dawn Blair This piece is one I did a couple months ago and it's currently listed on Etsy. I actually painted it because I had … Continue reading Landscape #11
Sometimes human beings delight me. Sometimes. A couple weeks ago as Dawn was leaving the grocery store, I saw this on the side of a van. Of course I had to have her take a picture because it made me smile and I thought I'd share it. Did I forget to mention that it is … Continue reading Viking longship
When I'm painting, the whole world seems to disappear. Lately, I've been putting on the Gaia channel, usually to some interview or another, and listen to it while I paint. Except that after about 10 minutes or so, I'm no longer listening; I'm just painting and focusing on color mixing and where the painting wants … Continue reading ACEO’s to see
I did something very unusual for me last week: I took a vacation. A true vacation. Normally when I take time off of my day job, it's to go do a show for my writing/art, or to finish up a project I've been working on, or on occasion to do something fun with my family … Continue reading Progress – August 6, 2018
2018 painting: 8"x10" acrylic on canvas
The third and final in a series of three trees that I did. They were meant to be hung up side by side as a matching set. Done back in 2008.
The first in a series of three trees that I did. They were meant to be hung up side by side as a matching set. Done back in 2008. Stop by next week to see the next one.
This was inspired by a meteor shower I'd seen where there were so many meteorites blazing nearly at once that they were hard to count. Really a spectacular sight. Find your adventure now.