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This colorful sea anemone is contracted to protect against enemies and to slow down metabolism.
Just finished this little guy today. I’m starting to get the hang of the magnetic lasso tool in order to get a nice cut-away of my painting.
This past Christmas, I received a set of watercolor pencils, which I’ve started playing with recently. I’ve found that I prefer applying these pencils after I’ve laid down layers of watercolor paint. Building up these layers adds richness and texture … Continue reading
About a week ago I sifted through the paintings I made this past year, and I realized that I had already forgotten about some of the work I had done. Usually, when I finish a series, I will scan the … Continue reading
I’ve been spending time thinking about patterns – how can we form good habits, why is the world the way it is and are recent events a repetition of past events? The world around us is built on patterns and we … Continue reading
I started this morning feeling distracted. It was difficult to bring myself to the present as I drove down 501 towards Lancaster. The day was cool; a fall cold front approached the clear atmosphere. Going into any city on a … Continue reading