Just taking a moment to say, ‘Thank you!’ and Merry Christmas.
Currently, I’m working on a hard hat still life – my own husband’s hard hat which he loves.
Don’t they look like you should invite them to your next BBQ?
It was the worst of times. It was the best of times…
Allow me a little drama. I had a house fire in January. Without getting into details, I’ll tell you that my family — including our dog — all made it out safely. Our house is doomed, however.
Yesterday I posted about art as a business. I realized, though, that it would be great to move it to my business blog and keep this blog more about ART. 😉
So, you can find the article at Heidi-Schreiner.com
I feel like I’m on an episode of Days of Our Lives. ‘Will the photographs be approved, so Heidi can paint?’ *DUN dun dun!* Stay tuned for the next episode of Ravenheart Studio!!
Jiminy Crickets, Batman!
Yes, I did it. Of course, I had to trick myself. I started out thinking that, ‘Wow – the sun is out and it would make for some great shots of a construction site.’
‘Hmm. Let’s just go to my dream construction site and … see what they’re doing.’
My husband is a veteran. He still deals with his memories – good and bad – of his time of service. If you have served or know of someone who served, you know what I mean.
Can you create art without being gutzy and fearless? Yes, I think you can, but you won’t find that special awesomeness that is truly you — and you will know it.
I’m inspired by these artists’ ability to capture in one image what many of us are feeling and thinking. Art should challenge us … and not in a ‘hey, I can paint naked people’ kind of way.