Hi there! This baby right here was my big splurge of 2016. A monitor I could draw directly on. It’s a 22″ Cintiq Creative Display, made by Wacom. It’s been life-changing. Seriously.
Hello from Boston’s South End! I’m delighted to share this news about my evolving career as an artist. I’m now being represented by Artsy Shark Gallery, an online venue for art collectors.
The gallery site includes artist studio interviews, along with great photos and some videos, too.
I’ve been going through some images that I made five or more years ago. Meet You at the Corner (above) is one of them. I just realized I’ve never actually had a print made of it before—tomorrow’s the day!
Summer greetings! This morning I awoke bright and early, made a pot of coffee, and took my cup out to the garden.
My weeks of late have been rather full and purposeful, as I zero in on completing various projects and goals. I took a break for a First Friday event, and snapped a few photos along the way.
Rowhouses, like so many of the mid-1800s era ones found here in Boston, often capture my imagination. And you know that delicious spy-like feeling of walking through your neighborhood just after twilight, when the lights are going up in homes…
What’s today, Tuesday? That means I haven’t left home in at least 4 full days. I was down for the count with a cold-cough-fluey condition. But from my windows I can see the big chunks of white on the cityscape growing smaller every day. I see people walking by in less heavy clothing, looking a lot less hunched over. It’s happening, folks. Spring is inching closer. I went excavating in some of my less-recent artwork files and found this lovely beast. This began with a photograph I took, somewhere in the city, which I pulled into Photoshop to paint. I’ve got a small print run scheduled for this week, and I’ve decided to have this giclée printed in 18″ x 24″. When I saw it today, it spoke to me. It is the spring bouquet that is beginning to blossom in my head, a few steps ahead of the real thing. Cheers, Paula More Paula Ogier Artworks.