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Lori Plyler
Worked at Studio Waterstone
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Azaleas & Honey: Watercolor, Pastel, Ink and Struggles
The azaleas were blooming in the mountains. And I put it to use along with some compositional inspiration from this inspiring artist on Instagram.  I love the fluidity and comfort of watercolors. Materials: These watercolors and my trusty Faber Castell Pen ...
The azaleas were blooming in the mountains. And I put it to use along with some compositional inspiration from this inspiring artist on Instagram.  I love the fluidity and comfort of watercolors. Materials: These wa...
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Sketchbookery: Pastel and Pen
I've always been afraid of pastels and suppose it's because I never received a formal introduction. They remain a mystery to me. Bought a book years ago - still afraid. Picked up a set of pencils. Afraid.  Have you been challenged by a technique? Feel comfo...
I've always been afraid of pastels and suppose it's because I never received a formal introduction. They remain a mystery to me. Bought a book years ago - still afraid. Picked up a set of pencils. Afraid.  Have you been ch...
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The August Desktop is Here
Got a new desktop for you. Enjoy! Download here .  For personal use only, please.
Got a new desktop for you. Enjoy! Download here.  For personal use only, please.
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Sketchbookery: Meet the Arteest
Hey guys! While perusing my favorite blogs this weekend, I came across a project called Sketch Dailies on Jenny's blog . This looked like such a fun art journal prompt that I jumped right in and subscribed to this daily dose of drawing/sketching/painting en...
Hey guys! While perusing my favorite blogs this weekend, I came across a project called Sketch Dailies on Jenny's blog. This looked like such a fun art journal prompt that I jumped right in and subscribed to this daily dose o...
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Sketchbookery, Sources of Inspiration, a Few Books (and lots of links)
I've been dabbling. Motivation is still a huge factor but I keep the sketchbook, paints and brushes close at hand as a constant reminder (and nudge). It's encouraging to see that this sketchbook is surely filling. And to make my online sketchbook complete, ...
I've been dabbling. Motivation is still a huge factor but I keep the sketchbook, paints and brushes close at hand as a constant reminder (and nudge). It's encouraging to see that this sketchbook is surely filling. And to make...
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A Painting of Paintings and a Desktop (or Two)
I fell in love with an old rusty clipboard this week. So, I painted it. And then I added a little (imaginary?) painting to the top sheet of imaginary paper.  The process was easy. Processing the thought in this foggy brain, not so much. You may or may not b...
I fell in love with an old rusty clipboard this week. So, I painted it. And then I added a little (imaginary?) painting to the top sheet of imaginary paper.  The process was easy. Processing the thought in this foggy brain...
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52 Weeks of Print: 32/52 Antique Scissors
I did a lot of searching online to find an ornate pair of small embroidery scissors for this weeks entry. Wanted a bit more variety and challenge. I love this pair I found.  I can't possibly draw a mirror image...like to claim it...but I can't. How do you t...
I did a lot of searching online to find an ornate pair of small embroidery scissors for this weeks entry. Wanted a bit more variety and challenge. I love this pair I found.  I can't possibly draw a mirror image...like to c...
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52 Weeks of Print: 31/52
Been awhile, right? I took a break from printmaking but never forgot it and always planned to return. So, here we pick up a little over halfway - week 31. Love me some scissors. (See week 30 below) Next week may continue this scissor streak. I've got ideas....
Been awhile, right? I took a break from printmaking but never forgot it and always planned to return. So, here we pick up a little over halfway - week 31. Love me some scissors. (See week 30 below) Next week may contin...
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Sketchbookery: A Beautiful Thing, a Few Links & a Really Nice Discount
Let's face it. Perfection is highly overrated. And terribly stressful. I'm all for exceptionally imperfect. Now, that's a goal I can wrap my brain around. How about you? For this most recent art journal entry , I began with this  fantastic art journal , add...
Let's face it. Perfection is highly overrated. And terribly stressful. I'm all for exceptionally imperfect. Now, that's a goal I can wrap my brain around. How about you? For this most recent art journal entry, I began with...
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DIY Weekly Planner
It's freaking July already! You may remember this post earlier in the year lamenting the fact that my favorite Moleskine planner is no longer in production. As a result, I got desperate creative and made my own. Just finished my third and, I gotta tell you,...
It's freaking July already! You may remember this post earlier in the year lamenting the fact that my favorite Moleskine planner is no longer in production. As a result, I got desperate creative and made my own. Just finished...
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I fell in love with an old rusty clipboard this week. So, I painted it. And then I added a little (imaginary?) painting to the top sheet of imaginary paper.  The process was easy. Processing the thought in this foggy brain...
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My Sketchbook: Buggy (and Foggy)
With spring comes the desire for outdoor living. Tradeoff, I suppose, is that we must co-exist with crawling and flying and creeping creatures - my possible inspiration for this entry. Or maybe it was the lovely bug photo I found, ripped from a magazine and...
With spring comes the desire for outdoor living. Tradeoff, I suppose, is that we must co-exist with crawling and flying and creeping creatures - my possible inspiration for this entry. Or maybe it was the lovely bug photo I f...
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