Margaret Brock
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Token payment. How do you feel about it?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Brock Mar 18, 2014. 6 Replies

I donated two of my Zentangle inspired pieces to a fund raiser. The draw was made last night. The woman who won them was thrilled, but they were eagerly coveted by others.Some of the people who…READ MORE

That perfect picture

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Brock Feb 25, 2014. 3 Replies

You know the one. The planets were lined up exactly right, your muse was sitting on your shoulder, you couldn't make a mark that was out of place, the end result was perfection. You were in…READ MORE

Watercolor pencils

Started this discussion. Last reply by michele josiane martin May 30, 2014. 31 Replies

Not sure where to put this, but I hope the mods will move it.Or, as is often the case, I'm the last to learn about this LOLI'm on a budget, but that hasn't stopped me from continuing to buy supplies…READ MORE

Testing from my iPad

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Brock Apr 22, 2012. 1 Reply

I like to be able to upload images directly from my iPad. It doesn't work using the Safari browser, but some research revealed the iCabMobile browser that does make uploads possible to some…READ MORE

 

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Making art on my iPad

Posted on June 9, 2012 at 6:10pm 2 Comments

Over a year ago, I gave away hundreds of dollars worth of beads because my obsession with beading had run its course.



Then I took up drawing. Soon my small apartment was filled with drawing and painting supplies. My magical magnifying mind thinks that if I just buy more supplies, I will finally be able to DRAW.



As a result, I was soon crowded out by art supplies.



When I look back on my art journey, the only real satisfaction I had was drawing zentangle inspired… READ MORE

Another art experiment

Posted on March 4, 2012 at 5:44pm 0 Comments

The other day, I bought a set of Beinfang Watercolor Brush Pens. When I got them home, I discovered that they are very similar in construction to my waterbrushes.



I like the Beinfang Watercolor Brushes, but they are expensive. I believe they are refillable, but I can't find a source for paint.



Then I found liquid watercolor for use in schools. This stuff looks like it would work. It's inexpensive, but heavy and shipping would more than double the price.



So I… READ MORE

Should I give up ny artist dream and become a drafts(person)man?

Posted on February 5, 2012 at 12:18am 6 Comments

I am drawn to abstract art. I like art where the color is flowing. I admire people who can render an exact image, but I have no desire to learn their skills. Nor do I want to join the "more water than paint" school of watercolorists.



I want real color. Lots of it. I want it to be abstract. I don't plan, nor do I wish I could plan.



So why is it that in my hand, paint wants to appear organized on the paper? instead of flowing waves, I get squares and circles marching in… READ MORE

Retired. Finally.

Posted on January 25, 2012 at 12:33pm 3 Comments

Actually, I've been "retired" from my job as a computer programmer for about 10 years, but I've tried to "keep up" with that world. I have a recurring dream where I announce at the end of the day that I'm quitting and won't be back at my desk tomorrow. I didnt know what the dream was trying to tell me.



Years ago I read an article about a retired man who would suit up every morning and spend the day haunting his former workplace. How pathetic, I thought.



This morning while… READ MORE

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At 1:43am on February 7, 2012, merlin noronha said…

Thank you Margaret.

At 1:03pm on January 21, 2012, Theresa Savage said…

Thank you Margaret for your comment on my carmelia

At 5:44pm on June 8, 2011, Sue Pownall said…
Hi Margaret welcome to your new art adventure. Sue (moderator)
At 6:55pm on June 7, 2011, Suzanne Vadnais Monson said…

Welcome Margaret! Take a look around. There is so much to see and do here. See what's waiting for you to discover! Suzanne (moderator)

At 12:59pm on June 7, 2011, Thaneeya McArdle said…

Hi Margaret, and welcome to the Art Colony!  I hope you enjoy the site - there's a lot to explore here, so have a look around and make yourself at home. You'll find plenty of art and inspiration!

If you have any questions or suggestions, please do feel free to contact any of the moderators and be sure to read through the Member Guidelines.

We've also put together a handy Guide to Getting Started, which may help answer any questions you may have, such as how to create a bio for your page.

Most of all have fun and join in the forums and groups!  Can't wait to see your Zentangle-inspired art. :)

Best Wishes, Thaneeya (Moderator)

 
 
 

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