Monthly Archives: March 2016

As Others Saw Me!

For the last three days I’ve been the model for David Kassan at the Scottsdale Artist School.  David is a very well known artist and he and his fiancé are opening an artists school in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  His work falls … Continue reading

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Inspiration for a Frame Design

So, one of the things that’s been difficult in my pursuit of carving frames is finding specifics of the craft.  There are a number of shops that have YouTube video’s of their frames being carved and gilded, many examples of … Continue reading

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Faux Sgraffito

Maybe I better explain this blogs title before I go to far!  Faux is probably familiar enough as a word meaning false or phony.  Here’s a link to the definition of sgraffito and it’s used in several art forms, especially painting and … Continue reading

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Artist Model for Rose Frantzen

If you’re a reader of my blog (first of all, Thanks!) you’ll know that Diane and I decided to celebrate our anniversary with a 6 month adventure rather than a cruise or trip abroad that would only last a week … Continue reading

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