Thursday, April 12, 2012


My contribution
I am busy getting ready to fly to Kanuga for next week's exciting teaching session.  Murphy's Law went into overdrive and my printer decided to die!   So I spent the day going to Costco, deciding on a printer, bringing it home and then realized I couldn't print from my iPad.  Since I was buying a new printer, that was the one feature I insisted on.  Wireless doesn't mean compatible, it has to say ePrint.  So back to the store to return that one and then to the office supply store which had the printer I thought I wanted.  Got talked out of the Canon in favor of the HP Officejet Pro 8600.  It took the rest of the day to get things set up and working.  So far, so good.  

I was very jazzed to get two copies of American Artist's latest specialty magazine "The Complete Painter's Handbook"  I had been asked to contribute but had no idea exactly what I was contributing to.    I will have fun reading it on the plane on Saturday.  It looks very comprehensive, covering lots of different disciplines.  I was very pleased with how the image I sent came out.  I am never sure what I see on my monitor is what the receiver sees on their monitor.  

I tried out the scanning function on my new printer.  Check out the publication if you see it in the bookstore.

I am going to try to create a few blog posts next week, sharing the Art Camp experience with you.  Let's hope the technology doesn't fail me!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

FINALLY! Slideshow from Potomac Watercolor Workshop

Since closed up shop, I was having a difficult time finding a way to make the slide show. I apologize to all the great women who took the workshop and did such great work, for taking so long to put up the show, but you can see that everyone had fun and produced an amazing variety of images. This was the first Variations workshop where everyone did not use the same image. Many used my husband's image which I provided but some used their own. Great results either way. Jerry cut his hair this week so this is an homage to the bohemian that was!

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