I created Featured Art Tuesday Artist Spotlight, to showcase inspiring Artists and to provide a forum for all Artists to share their work with one another -- this includes every type of medium, sculpture, cooking, beading, watercolour, restoring vintage cars, pen and ink, oils, gardening, interior decorating, photography and crafts, including drama, writing and poetry.
The list goes on and on.
Each one of us is creative in one way, or another -- FATuesday Artist Spotlight celebrates the creativity found in every person.
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I have been so inspired by
You can find Georgina's precious artwork on Facebook at Critter Corner. Happily, you can purchase her artwork there, as well as special ordering ornaments with your own special furred friends on them. You can find more of her art on her blog at Art by G
eorgina Bedwell. She also has an Etsy shop at Georgina’s Art.
This wonderful writer/illustrator caught my fancy the first time I laid eyes upon her loveable characters. Judy Grupp's whimsical nature clearly shines through her paintbrush. Personality and emotion flow through the characters she draws, capturing the heart and eyes.
Of her newest book on grief, Judy writes, “Since my audience will be older kids this time in addition to the younger ones, and their families, they've asked me to dress the animals in the attire and accessories relevant to kids today. This goofy giraffe is my first attempt. I think he is goofylishish - maybe too goofy for this type of book. Anytime you try to dress an animal, it's going to get silly. Maybe the story won't have a giraffe!”
To see more of this talented artist’s captivating artwork visit Judy Grupp Studio.
I was astonished when a lovely print from Paula Kuitenbrouwer arrived yesterday, in my mailbox. The delicate tracery of flower and birds delighted my soul. To actually hold one of her pieces in my hands is a wonderful feeling. I am SO inspired.
Paula made me laugh when she wrote, “Artist’s Confusion…oops, I mean, Concentration: How many times have you, dearest fellow artist, dipped your pencil in your coffee mug? Or your brush in your tea mug? Or your spoon in your water paint? Did you ever notice your brown water-paint smells like coffee? Ever drank your water paint?” I can SO relate!
To see more of this gifted artist’s charming work, visit Mindful Drawing.
I was introduced to Judith Glover by my talented friend Valerie Greeley. Judith's delightful sketches and paintings of plants weave across the page like a delicate song. Her love for plants and gardens clearly permeates every stroke of her pen and brush. She is not only an artist, but loves to garden. She actually designed a medal-winning garden for the Chelsea Flower Show and won the BBC 'People's Award' for the
Her garden has featured in many magazines including Gardens Illustrated and Home and Gardens. Her winsome designs have been used extensively for greeting cards, fabric, ceramics, stationery, dated products and tinware and you can find her work on ecards for just about every occasion. Best Small City Garden!
Judith journals, “As I write, autumn is showing its true colours and snatched days in the garden have been a joy. A gloriously mild October has lulled me into a false sense of security but it can’t be too long before first frosts arrive to snap at the heels of the unprepared gardener…”
You can find this artist's exquisite work at Judith Glover Designs. If you love gardening as much as I do, you will want to read her fascinating Garden Diary. You can also find her on Facebook at Judith Glover Designs.
Amber Day is one of the most creative artists I’ve met. She not only writes, but she creates incredible original hats and makes astoundingly beautiful jewelry from silver flatware. Her Onyx Cat dolls are charming, as are the ACEO’s she creates of that rascally cat’s adventures. She is a wonderfully talented artist in every art medium she puts hear hand to. This generous lady took time from her busy day to come to my home to teach me how to watercolor. I am SO blessed to have Amber as my dear Friend.
Amber writes, “I've been drawing since before I can remember. My parents tell me my first big art project was the pink elephants I drew all over their classic '65 mustang. The car was freshly painted and I used a crayola crayon, I was 3yrs old. Dad said he had a hard time being mad at me 'cause the elephants looked so good'. The car was repainted and I don't remember if I was punished or not. If I was, it didn't stop me drawing!”
You can find this amazingly eclectic artist on Facebook at Amber Day. Her blog, at Amber Day, is a wonderful read. Happily, you can purchase her artwork online in several places: Her Etsy shop Animae Girl, Zazzle at Animae Girl and from her Ebay shop, Artistic Adventures in Cyber Space.
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