A blog exploring the joy of art:
"I found that I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way -- things I had no words for." -- Georgia O'Keeffe
Monday, April 23, 2012
back to the hairdresser!
In my journey as an artist, I have had several teachers recommend maintaining a sketch book. I have been doing this for approximately ten years, and I try to draw regularly. I have found that this type of practice has helped me to become a better artist. I will draw almost anything. At conferences, when I find that I'm growing bored, I'll even set up a little still life and will draw them. I've drawn my own hand and my feet repeatedly. If I don't have the usual art supplies, I'll use ball point pens and whatever paper is on hand at the time.
On Friday (April 20th), I went to the hairdresser and I did some practice from a hairdresser magazine.
Here it is: