This post is part of EmptyEasel’s "spread the holiday cheer" experiment, where we’ve simply invited everyone to share their three favorite artists or art websites.
Here’s what Linda Smith had to say:
"I have two favorites. . .
1. BillyO Art at www.BillyOArt.com
BillyO is my friend and "painting idol." He’s a great teacher if you’re looking for a workshop and he has a new book out too! It’s the perfect gift for any art lover.
2. Creativity Journey at MyrnaWacknov.blogspot.com
Myrna Wacknov is my second choice. Totally different in style but so, so creative and inspiring. I don’t know how she does it all.
Thanks Empty Easel, this was a great idea!"
Who is Linda Smith? Visit Linda’s Art Stuff to find out.
Finally, my "big project" is finished! It’s been a crazy day with a lot going on, but foliotwist.com is finally live and online! Since I’ve kept it a complete secret up until launch, here’s a quick (mostly visual) overview of what it does. . .read more
Today’s post is Part 2 of EmptyEasel’s 2010 Holiday Artwork Series. Don't forget to c lick the links below each image to see more great artwork from both of these artists. Linda Smith Find Linda online at www.lindasartstuff.com . Doug Dourgarian Visit Doug's website at www.dougsartgallery.com . . . read more
This post is part of EmptyEasel's "spread the holiday cheer" experiment, where we've simply invited everyone to share their three favorite art websites or artists online. Here are Jean Levert Hood's favorites: 1. Cynthia Guardo's blog at ColoradoArtStudio.com Cynthia's blog is great.. . . read more
Today's featured artist is Linda Apple, a daily painter from Ohio whose most recent paintings are a collection of quick, almost snapshot scenes from her daily life—usually of people wrapped up in their own world. There's a lot to like in these little paintings, but I especially enjoyed seeing . . . read more
Linda Rorer is a talented oil painter whose work is both traditional and contemporary. On the one hand, her medium is oil and her subjects are landscapes and figures. On the other hand, Linda often paints on top of silver leaf, giving her landscapes in particular a unique, light-reflective atm. . . read more
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