Don’t be symmetrical. Be asymmetrical…. Heidi continues to see beauty in the unique or the unusual. You judge. Cool or crazy?
3 x 4 ft. canvass. Mixed Media
Pants are optional for this painting project! And you might include wine and music if it moves you. Art can free our spirit but we can also get bogged down in minutia and detail sometimes with some projects we over think things, losing the spontaneity. So step on the gas and blow out the cobwebs. Try this inspiration project. (more…)
Sterling Silver with Glass Beads.
Symmetry? Not necessarily. Do we have too?
These earring pairings are similar but individually different. Why not? We like different.
Heidi likes to lovingly refer to these earrings she created of sterling silver wire and glass beads as “misfit earrings”.
Try them! And please check our store for jewelry supplies. (more…)
Mosaic Mirror Project:
Another interesting piece by a creating123 artist. Try it yourself! We hope we are inspiring you. Do it!
Materials: Vintage garage sale mirror. Cracked china and trashed pool tile. Dremel grinder, grout. Liquid nails for heavy projects was used although we have also used E6000 glue as well for mosaic projects.
Another interesting piece by a creating123 artist. Try it yourself!
This is a simple white ceramic bowl as well as patterned cups and dishes found at garage sales.
Materials: Ceramic bowl. Various dishes and cups, project glue, Dremel grinder, grout. Liquid nails for heavy projects was used although we have also used E6000 glue as well for mosaic projects.
“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” Pablo Picasso
Where does one color begin and another end?
An optical illusion is something that deceives the eye by appearing to be other than it is.
Its’ an experience of seeming to see something that does not exist or that is other than it appears. Illusions is 45+ Illusion designs.
We have attempted to create a coloring book that will capture you so fully that you will be unable to hold on to daily concerns. (more…)
A unique Adult Coloring Book that allows and encourages the artist to alter the designs to suit their mood. The user can color over the lighter lines and create larger areas to change the design or focus on all the smaller areas to increase concentration. Other designs allow for connecting lines and darkening to create unique and personal designs.
Our designs offer enough complexity to engage the adult brain, but also can be simplified to suit your mood. So put on some music, pour a refreshing beverage, open the book, examine the artwork and remember that there are no rules. Think outside the box and don’t let anyone step on your groove! (more…)
“Art is making something out of nothing and selling it.”
Today I organize all things art. What you see is one box of art supplies, which holds gel pens a coupla’ boxes of colored pencils, drawing pencils, coloring book pages and development, pastels, watercolors and who knows what else down at the bottom. Have several sketchbooks full of drawings, a portfolio of figure drawings, and probably three or four plastic cases full of various pens and pencils that have accumulated everywhere from hotels to salesman’s and giveaways. I throw nothing out and surprisingly some of the pens that I got for free are really nice. (more…)
Welcome aspiring coloring book developers. Have fun and keep at it! A coloring book page in development. Awaiting other sea creatures like an octopus, turtles, clams (happy clams) and kelp possibly. No sharks… well only nice sharks, like nurse sharks but definitely no Great Whites. Nope. No Great Whites. (more…)
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One of these days I’m going to use these. They were given to me as a gift many years ago with the intention that as I went to interesting places and sought interesting subjects I would do a quick watercolor sketch and then send them off to friends and relatives with a little note. I don’t think the person who gave them to me bless her heart realize that there’s not too many people that probably would like to hear from me first and have a piece of original art that would probably be mediocre at best. However, I did take them with me to Italy and Spain and they remain untouched even though I always whine about “just having one day to just sit and paint” in Italy and Spain. (more…)