Just 2 days show! At my studio, 51 Rocky Neck Ave, Gloucester, MY, over the upcoming weekends, June 16-17, 2012 I will be showing a set of recent watercolors, a series of works called “Rainy Way”. These works just arrived from my solo show at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and I would… Read More 2 DAYS SHOW! June 16-17 at my studio! Don’t miss it!
Very exciting project, painting of a pile of fish (herring), as a representation of Gloucester city, is my current job to do during the residency. Prior to any painting it is always is a god idea to paint a sketch. I usually do little ones, no bigger then 8″x12″, but this time I decided to… Read More Gloucester fish painting, large scale
Many people search for different things: a book store, a cafe, mushrooms in the forest, lice in your hair, a bathroom or a library… I spent two days looking for FISH. And not just one fish to eat, that would be easy, but piles of it, which made it much harder! Before getting into the… Read More Looking for fish to paint
To make it clear what will I be talking about in this article, I would like to give you a description of Synesthesia – |ˌsinəsˈθē zh ə| ( Brit. synaesthesia) noun Physiology & Psychology the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or… Read More Synesthesia and art.
When I arrived to my art residency to Rocky Neck of Gloucester, MA, where the oldest in America artist community is located, I though that my main concentration will be on fog. I have heard of wonderful foggy days there and was hoping that I will see it often. Unfortunately my first 2 days were… Read More Gloucester fish. Large scale watercolor.
Even though it appears to be a sunny day today, here in Gloucester, MA, after 5 days of continues rain, it is still very cold 15C (59 F). And a nice cup of tea/coffee and fuzzy socks, keep me warm. Right before the dusk, sky cleared up and I took my bike that was kindly… Read More Hello world!
The thickness of a sheet of watercolor paper is measured by weight. The greater the weight, the thicker the sheet. It is measured either in pounds per ream (lb) or grams per square meter (gsm). This scale may be helpful to you: Watercolor 22″ x 30″ (Sheet size) 500 (Sheets/ream) 2292 (Sq. ft./ream) GSM (metric)Grams… Read More Watercolor paper weight guide