Friday, November 9, 2018

Kitchen Table Art

Here are a few sketchbook pages I have done at my kitchen table, with "dry" materials: tempera sticks, gel pens, paint markers, crayons, and collage with a glue stick.

Here is my Kitchen Table Art Supply List.









10 comments:

  1. your work is amazing. you can breathe life into random marks with a handful of simple drawing tools.

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  2. Love your color combos...I'm going to have to give this a try!

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  3. I totally agree with the lady above me . . . I love your color combinations. They are so vibrant and exciting. Lots of energy.
    Have a marvelous day and keep making art!
    Connie :)

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  4. These are all nice! I particularly like the sixth one! Wow!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Hey, THANKS! Thanks for your comments. Give it a try. You'll be surprised at what you can do with pretty simple materials.

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  6. Lovely work. I like the minimalist approach sometimes. It's more freeing than always covering the whole space. The dry tempera sticks sound great. Going to have a look.

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  7. Jane, I love these! It's exciting to think of working/playing this way. And of course, everything you touch becomes divine.

    ~ A.J. from Santa Barbara

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  8. Thank you, perfect timing. After enjoying a studio space again over the last year, I realized I need simple art supplies at home too.

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  9. Love how these pieces turned out! Goes to show you, sometimes less is more!!! :)

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  10. These are lovely Jane. I have never thought of doing abstracts with dry materials. Thanks for this tip!

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