Lisa Riannson is an artist known for her blend of abstract elements and realistic watercolor techniques. Her art captures the beauty of contrast, vivid colors, and intricate details, whether it’s the delicate dance of glass reflections or the boldness of abstract expression.
On this episode Cindy Winsel and I talk about creativity, addiction recovery, and what makes us ridiculously happy as visual artists.
Cindy is a Cindy is a Creative Depth Coach and Artist where she uses many different creative methods to design individual and group care for mind/body/spirit. She is also a certified Zentangle and Soul Collage facilitator.
She is SO fun to work with!!
Learn more about Cindy and her work at cindywinsel.com
Four playful fish in the Tonala folk art style. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 12″ (16cm x 30cm).
This beautiful Tonal-style cat, Luna, is acrylic on paper. 7.5″x6.5.” I love how much can be done with a limited palette using the many traditional patterns used in Tonala folk art. Miss Luna is available for adoption to a loving home. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to make Luna your own.
ay “Ola” to Tonala-style cat, Lisa. Acrylic and watercolor on paper. 7.5″ x 6.5″.
[singlepic id=36 w= h= float=none] Beautiful Henrietta is a Tonala-style cat in shades of sand, vermillion, and blue-black. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 6.5″. Henrietta is availabe for adoption. Email email@example.com for pricing information.
There’s a saying, “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great (Zig Ziglar). I take comfort in this because it’s so true. One of the hardest parts about being a beginner is when my goals, what I want to create, far exceed my skill and resources to… Continue reading Beginning at the Beginning