This is a sketch that I created with some of my new sketchbox materials and loosely inspired by the work of Gustav Klimt. The doe is actually cut from a piece of paper that my 4 year old painted. Shhhh, don’t tell her. I really want to make more collage pieces like this. It SOLDContinue reading “Colorful Doe”
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I thought I would share a little bit about my process today. When painting forest scenes, branches, pine needles etc., I like to use a #1 round brush and a liner brush. The round brush is great for creating varying sizes in the branches and I really like to use the liner brush for theContinue reading “Process”
This is the last custom work that I created in 2017 for my best client and friend! 😉 Framed and ready for pickup! This was such a great year for me, creatively. I illustrated my first children’s book, attended my first SCBWI conference, learned about instagram and twitter, had my first solo show in years,Continue reading “Double Portrait”
Littles In the Snow
We actually had a good amount of snow in Alabama last weekend. I’ve never seen a snowy forest but I would like to imagine that it looks something like this. Here is another post for #illo_advent. Peace, love and joy everyone.
Look at this little cutie. I really LOVE this wooden frame with the hints of turquoise in the bead work. Inquire at email@example.com. Thanks friends!
Loggerhead Sea Turtle
These turtles were named for their large head size, used to crush shell-fish such as conchs. The most common sea turtle in the US was at one time a threatened species. Today they are protected by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. I did a little work on this guy today. He willContinue reading “Loggerhead Sea Turtle”
Enrollment for my Drawing Fundamentals class is now open. Classes will run through the month of October on Wednesday evenings from 6-8 pm. Come draw with us and take away some FUN-damentals. Get it? See http://www.marneestudio.com to register and for more information.