Fine lines and bright colours
Travelling the world one painting at a time.
Art inspired by the buildings and landscapes of the world.
Whimsical urban sketching by a West Coast Canadian.
There are a lot of wonderful and magical places to see in this world, I simply try to capture some of it!
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Have you ever had the thought, "What is my art style?"
When you first start out on your artistic journey, you may feel this pressure to have your own recognizable look and voice as an artist. The kind of unique style that others can instantly recognize when they see your work.
I remember thinking I could never be a great artist if I didn't find my art style.
This blog post breaks down what art styles are, how each artist develops their own, and questions to help get you with discovering and establishing your own style.
If you're a creator, you've probably come across or heard the term "Starving Artist" before. What is a starving artist? Where does it come from, and is still applicable today? I am here to tell you it's time to ditch the starving artist mentality. You can make art and earn money doing it too.
As I self-taught artist, I have always enjoyed seeing other artist's processes and approaches to drawing. This month's blog post is exactly that - I show you step by step how I approach drawing a local coffee shop, Habit Coffee. By the end of this blog post, you will feel more confident to tackle drawing architecture!
Combining watercolour with ink in your paintings can produce stunning results. However, there are many options out there and it may not be obvious which is the best ink to use with watercolour. In this blog post, I review 15 pens and inks so that you can apply this information to your own watercolour paintings and illustrations.
If you are looking at incorporating ink into your paintings but aren't sure where to begin, this blog post is for you!
Trying to figure out what to do while you’re bored and stuck in quarantine? These 12 fun and practical art projects will keep you busy and those creative juices flowing. These projects use common materials you likely have around the house, so there's no need to go outside. There's no better time to get creative!
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