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“Spanish Village Studio”
6 x 6in oil on museum quality panel
Painting is a participation sport.  I’ve done my part–  now it’s  up to you to see yourself stretched out in your favorite chair sipping something cool in the shade of the big blue umbrella.  I think I just heard a really relaxed aahhhhhh….Can I get you anything else?
In Other News:
  • Share your best studio tip!  Next week’s Artists Helping Artists radio show is going to be on just that–I am betting you have a least one thing you do, tool you use, idea you have come up with–that would be helpful to another artist.  I would love to hear about it–and you can add a photo too if you like.  Just email me at DreamaTollePerry@aol.com and Leslie Saeta and I  will include it in next week’s show.  Go to the Artists Helping Artists Blog for more details by clicking here. I have had it on my mind to do for some time, but today I finally got around to it!  I get lots of requests from artists  curious about my colors, surfaces I paint on, etc. 
  •  I have added a page to my blog, called appropriately, My Favorite Things, on which I share just that!  You can have a look by clicking here.
  • Today I ordered my supplies for my upcoming California workshop and had them shipped to Leslie Saeta’s home in Pasadena….LESLIE–THEY ARE NOT YOURS…STAY OUT OF MY ART SUPPLIES.  Sorry, just had to go public with this to make sure I still have stuff to work with when I get there in September–you know how artists can be when it comes to fresh, unsqueezed tubes of paint, new brushes, shiny palette knives.  Just writing it about it  makes me nervous.  Probably should have just taken my chances flying with them…..

Dreama’s 2013 Workshop Dates Click to View

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  • Lynn Lancaster - August 9, 2010 - 9:54 am

    I like your use of color. It reminds me of Sergei Bongart. I try to get there, but always end up with man colors.browns and darks. I enjoyed the radio show on blogs last week. i have started a new blog and need all the help I can get.ReplyCancel

  • Lyn - August 8, 2010 - 12:53 pm

    Love this colorful and intimate scene. Could you bring me a beverage with an umbrella in it? Total relaxation!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Hill - August 7, 2010 - 1:41 pm

    Blue doors, an umbrella and red tile roof..a winning combination all the time.ReplyCancel

  • Lori Gragnani - August 7, 2010 - 11:07 am

    Dreama, thanks for sharing your materials and supply list. A few are new to me, especially the Rembrants. Also, flying with palette knives may get you in trouble. Good luck with the workshop, I’m sure you will do a fabulous job.ReplyCancel

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