As you may know, Wet Paint in St. Paul is my favorite art supply store on the planet. I’m excited to announce that in addition to their long-standing demos and “Try It!” nights, they are now offering classes and workshops.
Tonight’s forecast is for a temperature of around -30F, with blustery winds and windchill around -55F. As I work, I’m conscious of my great good fortune to be warm and well fed through the bitter winter. The winter light today
I bet many of you have one like him in your neighborhood. The bossy one, making sure no one is lagging behind, or lazing in bed.
He looks a little scared. Probably because there are two cats in the house. Lucky mouse, it was Mo who found him. Mo doesn’t really know what cats should do with mice, and anyway, he looks to the people in
Tonight, a bird, in honor of my friend, master watercolorist Karen Knutson, who is once again participating in the 30-paintings-in-30-days challenge. (Not for me this year—I have enough with major renovations to my home!) You can see her much more
Dark of the moon with the new calendar year. Endings. Beginnings. Bitter cold. Good weather for small ink drawings. January, the time of the Wolf Moon, is usually clear and cold here. We often get to see the full Wolf
Tonight’s plein air study, acrylic on canvas, 6×8″ Dusk at Little Falls Lake, Willow River State Park near Hudson, WI.