This one is reactive to water, and works so well with watersoluble Mermaid Markers I have from the same series. Sketch-sketch-sketch!
Yes, you must have heard by now that new space has been secured in Bedford, NH on 101 and pending renovations, Purple Porcupine Art Center will be opening by the end of summer, 2017.
Fine art classes (oil, watercolor, acrylic), as well as urban sketching and mixed media, pottery, sewing, yarn craft and even digital art classes will all be part of the offering. You will be able to book art retreats to beautiful locations throughout New England with established artist professionals. Opportunities galore!
The website, just like the building, will be getting an updated look. You will be able to view and sign up for every class and workshop offering online, read bios for each one of the instructors at the center, and view examples of beautiful artwork composed by both, faculty and the students.
I can’t wait to see you at the Art Center!
My Barn Swallows and the Early Birds underneath are part of an exhibit at the Audubon Society in Auburn.
Recently discovered Jane Davenport’s mermaid markers (watersoluble inks!), and I can’t. get. enough. I purchased three sets from Michael’s (one in store and two online), because they are prone to running out of them. I think I should have enough to last me a little while. They certainly won’t go to waste…