Remembering Georgia is a colored pencil and oil pastels drawing. I enjoy combining the colored pencils with the oil pastels. Prismacolor pencils are an oil based pencil and can be used with a little turpentine and of course oil pastels can also be thinned with turp. I take a small jar and put in some cotton balls and a little turp then when you dip your Prismacolor pencil into the jar you get a smooth and bright color. If you have any questions about this process just leave a comment and I will answer your questions.
Three things that I like to draw or paint, Sunflowers, shells, and fish. It has been a lovely day. A very good friend came over to paint. We seemed to get a lot done. I am also feeling lots better. I am looking forward to Thanksgiving. A wonderful happy day for our family.
I love both paperwhites and I love this tapestry. This is a large Prismacolor pencil drawing. It is really funny I used to draw very large drawings and loved doing them but had to stop as my wrist was bothering me so much. I worked hard with stretching and exercises for my wrist, arms and shoulders. I work very hard with yoga stretching. It is very important that you as an artist learn to take care of your body. I think Yoga is the way to go. I have this wonderful yoga teacher now and she has helped me so much. Love to you all. Jeanne Private collection
This Shawl is a beautifully knotted very old shawl. Enjoy, it is done in Prismacolor colored pencils. This shawl is for sale, the woman who owned it is in a retirement home and no place to hang it. If anyone is interested please email me.
I have been an artist for as long as I can remember. I went to college when I was 37 years old. I loved it so much, I was a sponge and absorbed anything and everything about art. I started out wanting to be a portrait artist but ended up using pencil and colored pencils. I made quite a name for myself with my drawings. I won many awards. When I needed a break from that I went into oil sticks and just loved them and again did very well with awards. I finally went back to my oils but always felt frustrated with them I wanted to be free from all constraints, I am now working in acrylics and loving them. So now the sky is the limit. I just want to go and do everything I feel and want to express.