I’ve always been a creative person. I got serious and began taking classes at the Art Students League-Denver in 2007, in drawing, anatomy, watercolor and pastel. I also participated in several student workshops to Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico with my pastel and watercolor teachers and other students in the summers.
Painting with Acrylic was something I tried on my own. Each new medium has its strengths and weaknesses. I love texture and continue to incorporate various techniques into my acrylic paintings.
Painting teaches you to learn from your mistakes and risk trying new ideas. That’s part of the fun. Also, patience, patience, patience as the painting evolves through various phases.
There are also two of my most recent paintings displayed. One called “Springtime on the Rocks” and the other “Green/red No. One”.
I think going to the CAG meetings is vital for my development as an artist and encourage more members to do so.