I visited a friend, Martin Charlot, who painted this stunning painting.
Detail from the same painting. He also painted the large mural depicting the history of Hawaii in the lobby of the new Disney resort in Oahu. My son modeled for Martin so one of the warriors in the scene looks like him.
A few colorful pieces from the gift store at the
Autry Museum in Burbank. She's ready to party.
A peek into a local hair salon. Doesn't look like this could be a salon in Bali?
I love the stenciled top on this charming desk from Anthropologie.
Play in my journal. I thought it had an Asian flare.
I made a few bracelets from my antique button collection.
Layout of journals made in Orly's workshop. We all did the same
exercises but look at the different interpretations.
A compilation of photos taken by Scott Schuman in New York. Oh, how
I would love to follow him around the city.
A few sketches
from my practice exercises in the book Creative License by Danny Gregory.
He suggests that there are no bad drawings. I don't know about that but I do
agree that something can be learned from each drawing. Danny asks
that we draw with a pen, no pencil, no erasing. Ok. I have
done this. It's not as terrifying as I thought. I am making
progress just by the fact that I am showing you these.