Discover the benefits of painting outdoors with a group. From increased safety to camaraderie, learning opportunities, real-life inspiration, and group encouragement, find out why joining a painting group can take your artistic journey to new heights. Join us on our
Step into the world of renowned artist Cindy Briggs as she takes the center stage in the prestigious Artist Spotlight on Outdoor Painter. In this captivating feature, Cindy opens up about her artistic journey and shares her unique definition of
How to paint on chocolate and create a WATERCOLOR PAINTING using Edible Food Paints! Watch Cindy join Chef Tim Ramirez for this Chocolate Paint event!
Get your painting supplies out and pick and choose from this list or it may inspire something new. I like to draw with a permanent marker then add some watercolors. Think of these as studies and have fun with the process. Remember that
I so enjoy painting with friends and students en Plein air (outdoors) and here are the reasons why you should consider painting outdoors with a group too. Safety is key, when in a group you are less likely to run
When it comes to watercolor painting, sometimes your blank paper can be intimidating. So just think of your painting as a study and you can more easily relax into the process.
I am truly looking forward to our artist's retreat in France this May. Following a week in Spain we are headed to Collioure, a true Artist's town with everything just steps from our hotel. I can't wait. Until then, I will
Honored to have my painting "Terrazzo Tuscano" as the featured art at the Deschutes Children's Foundation Art & Wine Auction supporting programs for children and families in Central Oregon. The painting reminded me how I've always wanted to live on a