Snow softly falling over New York City at 6 a.m. Sketched on my iPad with the Procreate App.
Wearing her best 1950s retro chic cocktail dress, she toasts the New Year with pink champagne. Happy New Year wishes (& a glass of champagne)! Wishing you peace, joy, good health and creative inspiration in 2017. This iPad painting is available as a print in my online shop. And for a limited time, you can purchase […]
La la…la la la. La la….la la la… Ballerinas twirling to Tchaikovsky’s magical Waltz of the Snowflakes inspired this new Nutcracker Ballet print. It was painted on my iPad with the ProCreate App. See it in my shop.
Artsy Holiday Cards & Prints Abstract art transformed into artsy holiday cards, one of a collection of customizable holiday cards now in my shop. The same painting is available as an art print. Christmas Shipping Deadlines If you’re planning to buy Christmas gifts in my online shop, please keep in mind the following shipping deadlines: December 13th (domestic […]
Lavender and gray fashion art inspired by an ethereal evening gown by Lanvin/Castillo from 1956. See the original dress at Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through February 5th. Created with PanPastel on charcoal paper, it’s available as a fine art print in my online shop.
Runners from around the world in the 2016 NYC Marathon make their way through Long Island City, Queens – with a glimpse of the Queensboro Bridge in the distance. The runner in the foreground, in light blue, is my sister-in-law, who finished in under 4 hours! This NYC Marathon painting was created digitally on my iPad using the Procreate […]
Free shipping in my online shop has been extended through Tuesday, November 29th, at midnight (New York time). This offer applies to any product, any size, shipped to any destination in the world. This is a great opportunity to save on oversized framed or stretched canvas prints, which are normally expensive to ship. Simply go shopping in my […]
Technique and Inspiration As many of you know, I’m a fan of PanPastels. So it was an honor when the company asked me to do a PanPastel artist interview on their blog, PaintDrawBlend. In this wide-ranging interview, I offer tips on which papers to use and how to layer PanPastel with watercolor. In addition, I chat […]
painting Tiepolo clouds over New York City When the clouds in the sky turn puffy and pink I think of Tiepolo, the 18th century Venetian painter, famous for his atmospheric ceiling frescos. He had a particular way of painting clouds in soft shades of rose. This peaceful, dreamy cloud painting was inspired by “Tiepolo clouds” over […]
Looking at Diane Arbus New Yorkers captivated by the early photographs of Diane Arbus. The exhibit, “Diane Arbus: in the Beginning,” is on view at the Met Breuer through November 27, 2016. From my ongoing series of people looking at art.