Getting a Late Start on the ‘New Year’ Every January I apply a fresh coat of white paint to my ‘painting table’. It’s a great way to start the New Year. I got a late start this year… After making several color swatches using a new color palette of Cerulean Blue, Quinacridone Magenta, Hansa Yellow …

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Watching for Bluebirds

Exhibiting at the Woman’s Art Club Juried Show So excited to be participating in the 129th Annual Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati Juried Show. “Watching for Bluebirds” (24″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Canvas) Spring is my favorite time of year and one of the best things about spring is the return of the Bluebirds. …

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Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati So glad I joined! I’ve been to two meetings, they are informative AND fun! The meeting begins with coffee & breakfast treats followed by club business and then (this is the best part) a demo from a visiting artist. This week’s meeting featured Ray Hassard – gouache artist.

Hearts on Fire

Hearts on Fire I’m obsessed with hearts lately. I read somewhere that the heart symbol is known and understood by all cultures to have a single meaning – love. It is not reinterpreted to have a hidden meaning. Hearts = Love, and I love that!

Spanish Exhibit – Cincinnati Art Museum I made it to the Treasures of the Spanish World exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Musuem in the nick-of-time! So much history captured by amazingly talented artists and craftspeople.

Back to Basics I’ve been so focused on finding new color palettes and subject matter that I’ve made myself super frustrated! So it’s back to basics for me.

Taft Museum Poster Show I love the Taft! What gem of a art museum / historical home. This poster exhibit was so interesting. The advancement of technology within one decade was amazing!

I traveled down to Louisville for a fun day/art day. We went to the Bernheim Forest to see Danish artist, Thomas Dambo’s Forest Giants. Check them out, they’re awesome! Then we spent time at the Speed Museum near the University of Louisville campus. http://angiehubbard.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/July-ViewsLetter.mp4

Faraway, Nearby Sketches I love spending time with my sketchbook. I used to call it my ‘art practice”, as of today it’s “my art devotional”! I LOVE that! Feel free to borrow that phrase. I borrowed it from the CreativePepTalk podcast.

I LOVE to paint big canvases! But, I really enjoyed working on these small 12″ x 12″ canvases