I love a lot of what David Hockney does, but this copyright warning on his site made me lose some respect for him.
I just joined RedBubble to make prints from Crime Against Nature available!
Finding a guide in your artistic life can be a delicate process. Trouver un mentor pour votre vie artistique peut être un processus délicat.
This winter, I’ll be doing an e-course for Soul Food, a series of classes presented by artists from around the world, and this post shows a bit of what I’ll be doing in that class.
I was finding it almost impossible to work on a particularly large painting until I devised just the right tool to help me accomplish the task.
Taking a break to sculpt these two little cuteys showed me something of how my brain works. Une petite pause sculpture m’a fait voir un peu comment mon cerveau fonctionne.
One of the delightful consequences of being a friendly artist and an artist who is happy when people copy her art is that my name is often suggested to high school students looking for a contemporary artist to study. And that means that a lot of traffic comes to my site with from search engines through the query “Gwenn Seemel facts.”
Not too long ago, I got to catch up with Kellee Beaudry, another artist who does commissioned portrait work and the creator of this piece. Au début du mois, j’ai causé avec Kellee Beaudry, un autre peintre qui fait des portraits sur commande et l’artiste de cette œuvre.
Too often, we make artists into the “other” and that’s bad for everyone.
It isn’t fun, but I do think it’s good for me sometimes. Ce n’est pas toujours très amusant, mais je pense que cela me fait du bien.
I may not be a religious person, but I came up in Catholic schools and that informs who I am today. Je ne suis pas une personne religieuse, mais j’ai été élevée dans des écoles catholiques, ce qui influence beaucoup qui je suis aujourd’hui.
Last month I was in California, visiting friends, doing some work, and reliving bits and pieces of my childhood.