Monday, April 1, 2013

A is for Art


I haven't always been into art. Sure, I did photography and photoshop but nothing that really stood out. Nothing I created with my own hands. Art, drawing, and the like were things that weren't for me. Heck, I didn't even take an art class in high school. I just filled it with science, foreign language, and English.

My older She-Art attempts from when I first started creating.
My sister, Vanessa, introduced me to an art workshop called She-Art years ago. I had no idea what it was but I liked the lack of structure and perfectionism in the class. This is where it started for me. From there I was to knitting, then to jewelry making, sculpting, and then to watercolors. I went from photography to a wide range of mediums. And I still have a lot of things to learn.

Some of my Art Work - Note: I'm not the best artist but it's all in fun.
I guess some of these could be considered crafts...but I think it's still art.

These two are from this random series I started months ago. I haven't done a full page in a while I doodle her from time to time. This is only part of what I have in my sketch books from when I started painting. My skills are very limited.
 
A is also for...Alkaline Trio. You can't go wrong with music.


12 comments:

  1. I've never been into drawing or painting. But I like to think that art is whatever creative passion you may have.

    Love the paintings.

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  2. Yay! I love a lot of your art. We don't mix well when it comes to art. We're opposites! Maybe that's why I like it so much; because I can't do it for myself...

    You just had to put music in there somewhere... predictable!

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    1. Woot! Yes, I had to put music in there. We all know that I was going to add music to the post. It just seemed right.

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  3. Your art is beautiful!!! Way to kick of the A-z Challenge!

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  4. Art is intimidating for a lot of people, me included. How great that you found so much inspiration! Have fun with A to Z!

    Jenny at Choice City Native

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  5. Dropping in from AtoZ ;)
    he She Art seems a fab concept,
    And I love how you've portrayed the little girls
    Wonderful!

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    1. She Art is pretty awesome.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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