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by lesley // posted: Sep 12, 2016

Hope you'll discover something useful in this post or at least find that this process of glazing demystifies perceived fears. 
 
Going in it's impossible to know whether or not this painting will be successful but happy to have you along despite the outcome.  It all falls under the experimenting, learning, sharing umbrella.
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by lesley // posted: Aug 29, 2016

There was a Scotsman, a painter, Travis McGee, who put saving a penny above the archival quality of his work.  Thinning his paint was a standard he employed in order to stretch it further.
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by lesley // posted: Aug 15, 2016

...of the studio.
 
We creators are often advised to go to our studios every day, whether we feel like it or not, if we want to perfect our craft.  This is sage advice and should be considered.  But...is there such a thing as spending too much time alone in our creative spaces?
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by lesley // posted: Aug 1, 2016

It's been years since I've written a book report.  I venture the last one was composed under duress in high school with probable dependence on Coles Notes.
 
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