The Kiss: The Surprising History of Three Works of Love

The Kiss: The Surprising History of Three Works of Love

The Kiss: The Surprising History of Three Works of Love The Story of Three Kisses When we think about representations of love in art, we often think immediately about ‘the kiss’, well kisses… Klimt, Rodin, Munch. Passionate, otherworldly, voracious. The kiss comes in many shapes and sizes and, as we shall see, seems to be […]

Painter’s Toolkit: Painting Materials for Beginners

Painter's Toolkit: A guide to painting materials for beginners.

Painter’s Toolkit: Painting Materials for Beginners A Guide to the Painting Materials that you’ll need to learn oil or acrylic painting. New to painting? First let me congratulate you on your decision to learn to paint! You’re now officially a beginner painter! When you first start out, it can be overwhelming. You don’t know how […]

Identify your artistic vision to direct your creative flow

Determine your artistic vision to direct your creative flow

Identify your artistic vision to direct your creative flow It’s week two of this four-week workshop focusing on getting your creativity flowing. Last week we cleared the physical and mental space necessary to allow your creativity to flow and flourish. Now it’s time to gain clarity about your artistic vision and set an achievable goal. […]

Artist Mathew Reichertz talks about his exhibition Dog Park

Oh She Paints interviews artist Mathew Reichertz

Artist Mathew Reichertz talks about his exhibition Dog Park I recently had the pleasure of interviewing the Canadian artist, Mathew Reichertz, on the occasion of his exhibition, Dog Park, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mathew Reichertz is a fabulous painter whose artwork addresses contemporary themes. His recent work, including Garbage and The Fight, deals with narrative […]

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