Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sketchbook Painting

One more session of the “Philosophy of the Sketchbook” has me painting. Hoping I will be as motivated when the workshop is over! Am loving my new watercolor pencils. It is sketching and playing at the same time.

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Remembering my Father

Remembering my Father

It will be ten years next month since my dearest Father passed away. In his honor I am painting him again, in watercolor this time. He was the best man ever. A treasure. And I miss him yet today. This painting is a work in progress. Not finished yet. #Bernard James Hauber. #Bernard #Hauber

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Sightseeing in Europe

Sightseeing in Europe

Reviewing my trip photos is always fun and I was delighted to discover this photo that I took in the small Austrian Village of Mondsee. With so many sights to see I was snapping photos very quickly. I did not realize at the time what an ironic moment that I captured. And yes….it is very photogenic.

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Sketchbook Drawing

Sketchbook Drawing

After I returned from an inspirational trip to Europe I am “jumping back into art” by taking a Sketchbook Workshop with Jay Bailey. One of our tasks was to draw a self portrait using our left hand instead of right or if you are left handed use your right hand. It provides you with a wonderful loose rendering that is a great exercise.

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