"Artist" Blogs & Blog Posts

Maria Wiley's Art BlogMaria Wiley's Art Blog

Central Queensland artist Maria Wiley journals her progress in her creative...

 
pic foliopic folio

A collection of random digital images.

 
Funky Fused Glassy GoodiesFunky Fused Glassy Goodies

The life, times, work and waffle of a fused glass artist, crafter and creat...

 
Maria Doering's Art and AdventureMaria Doering's Art and Adventure

Artist. Passionate. Unstoppable.

 
dot artdot art

A blog about my acrylic dot art.

 
pic journalpic journal

Digital photo adventures in the Greater New Orleans area and beyond through...

 
Watercolour Artist DiaryWatercolour Artist Diary

Nature in Detail from award winning watercolour artist Tracy Hall. Everythi...

 


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Listen to the November 28th show of No Filter. I had a phone interview with Pat of Jaunt. The band will be in Ottawa this Wednesday at Pressed. The interview is in hour two and around the 30 minute mark. HOUR ONE: HOUR TWO: PLAYLIST: Laura Marling &#...

On November 24th the National Gallery of Canada held their exhibition opening for Alex Janvier. A modern master whose work is emblematic of Indigenous art in Canada, Alex Janvier is renowned for his unique style, marked by vivid colours and calligrap...

It doesn’t take a brain-surgeon to see why Ricky Martin might have rushed to put a ring on the finger of artist Jwan Yosef after seeing these Tumblr finds that have been floating around the next for a while now… Check him out after the NS...

Call it a new chapter in PDA Projects which is a contemporary Canadian art gallery in Ottawa. After the demise of the old location in Elgin, there is a lease on a new outlook with the new location which is on 1073-B Bank St right under Black Squirrel...

This year the Poydras Home Art Show was open to the public on Friday before coming down that evening. My three dot paintings hung together in the large front room. There was a lot of activity during the show. acrylic on canvas, 20" x 20"...

To conclude my third painting, I used shades of purple and red for my background. As in the other two paintings, I painted dots in a square pattern. This one turned out to be more exciting than my other ones. acrylic on canvas, 20" x 20"...

In my second painting, in this grouping, I rendered the background with shades of green. Again, I organized the piece in a square pattern. I used bright contrasting colors to make my dots. acrylic on canvas, 20" x 20"...