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My most recent painting, “Camellia Tree” was definitely an exercise in patience. It also became an opportunity for me to explore endless green color variations because I painted a lot of foliage. Continue reading
Autumn Leaf Medley was fun to paint. I’m so glad I took the opportunity to create an enjoyable painting for myself! Continue reading
I realize that my illustrations have shifted into a far more photo-realistic realm. I like to see my painting as a wonderful enhancement of my photographic layout. Even the process of creating my layout requires a lot of artistic skill and technical expertise. Continue reading
Five years ago, I named one of my posts “I Started Out Flakey and Then I Went Nuts. It was because I had illustrated an entire line of cereal boxes and mixed nut labels for Publix Supermarkets. Well, I seriously considered naming this post as Part Two: “I Started Out Flakey and Then I Went “Coco”nuts!” That’s because I am going to share the process of illustrating a Tillamook ice cream bar with a coconut flake coating. Continue reading