Art, Coffee, Tea and Blogs

August is a hot month. DUH, anyway I tend to get distracted easily when the heat goes up and often find myself redesigning my studio. And cleaning it up. It gives me a chance to look at some of the stuff I’m working on along side finished work. It also has become a time when I wander the internet even more than usual. So if you’re a regular reader you should enjoy the next group of stuff.


This is a list of gadgets that I think I’ll put on my holiday gift list. Feel free to choose one for me.Wallet-Ninja3-1024x682

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/27bgGc/:1pU!aV22@:EtDv$$Xn/www.impulsebuy.org/9-gadgets-can-fit-pocket


 

 

Ever wonder how to make the PERFECT cup of coffee. These guys think they’ve got it mastered.

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/AqbSy2/:QC0S+y2R:G9xdeILf/www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/howtocook/primers/coffeebasics Jacqmotte-Slow-Drip-Coffee-Maker_2


I have no financial connection to Golden. They are one of the many acrylics I use. What I have found interesting enough to blog about is their on line color mixing chart. Sometimes you just need a little nudge ¬†for a color when you’re in the middle of working and this does it.

http://www.goldenpaints.com/mixercolor wheel


That will do it for me and remember you can reach me at dkolberg@thewoventalepress.net

Imagination is never still. The marks we make are VERBS

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Donald Kolberg graduated with a Fine Arts Degree from California State University, Los Angeles. He taught at the Los Angeles School of Art and co-founded Art Core, an organization dedicated to the open dialogue and display of the work of emerging artists. He continued his Master studies at Otis Art Institute. While at Otis Art Institute his teacher and main influence was internationally recognized painter Arnold Mesches. In Artcore he worked under the guidance of Lydia Takashita. With their teaching Donald learned the value of depth, texture and form in images and surface. He incorporated this into his concept of Life Forms, the portrayal of the human figure as a landscape of life and a celebration of form through Sculpture and Painting.

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