August 13, 2019

ART in San Francisco, I IN LINE

The Sketchbook Project


For The Sketchbook Project  'I in Line' will be at 
Fort Mason in San Francisco on FRIDAY September 20, 2019 at 5 - 8 PM; CANCELLED!

Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 11 AM - 4 PM at rhe

San Francisco Center for the Book
375 Rhode Island St (Between 16th and 17th Streets) in San Francisco.

July 13, 2019

July 3, 2019

Surface Tension at Frank Bettes

Shadows
Hiding in the Shadows

Alone
Art pieces entered in the Frank Bette Art Center group show called Surface Tension. The inspiration was things and spirits that dell in the shadows watching us. And, the next piece, sometimes where we decide to plant our roots is not the right place, especially in rocky hard ground, where growth is a struggle.

March 31, 2019

Sketchbook Project - LINES



 
A preview of my DRAWN LINES booklet for the Sketchbook Project #359.10-4 at the Brooklyn Art Library, digitized so anyone on the vast web can view. Please do so.

February 11, 2019






From my course, DRAWN LINES. Kathy is a student and these are her first drawings in her hand-made book: types of lines, a simple drawing, and a walk with line. Join Kathy for FREE, and become an editor of sort (a critic) to help me make the course better for others, who later pay for the 15 lessons. The next is textures. Come and have fun!  Pencil and paper is all you need for these simple, short, and successful sketches.

Sign up at the right where you see 'Course for DRAWN LINES!'

WE ARE ALL ARTISTS.























February 9, 2019

The Tiny Book Project - a small tiny book!

SKETCHBOOK PROJECT sign-up!




 Hard to sketch in details on the pages of the amazing little sketch book, which is  3 X 2 inches.

January 9, 2019

Join my drawing course!

Art is fun and easy. 
We have the ABILITY.
 
Come on the journey with line. This how-to-study will help you see lines that are around you everywhere, which you organized as Drawn Line sketchbook. Sign up here on this page, or on my Facebook Art Page.

The fifteen lessons are relaxing and playful. Simple rules, no mistakes just drawing lines with pencils, a tool used during our school days. A device that is perfect for experimentation. If you don’t have a sketchbook, we will make one. If you want, use a piece of paper for each lesson, even on a post-it pad, or any surface you like. Remember, the larger the size of the paper the more time you spent on sketching. When done with our study, you will have many works of ART! 

WE ARE ALL ARTIST!