I draw almost every day now. I have a joined a site called "Drawing Tutorials On-Line" and have found it to be an endless source for learning and exploring. It also has running videos of poses of dressed and nude models for a pseudo life drawing experience and practice. I highly recommend -worth every cent.
Also, Pauline Agnew, an energetic Irish artist, over at Seedbed Studio is still encouraging me even after taking her class and is a constant source of good suggestions for great art books - (check out: "Drawing and Painting People). Her second class produced amazing art and we were invited to that event on-line. Check her out. She goes above and beyond as a teacher and gives honest and helpful critique of your work to help you move forward.
It's so amazing to me that a girl on a farm in rural New Mexico has access to so many amazing options that continually keep me inspired and pushing further.
You would think that Someone GOOD is looking after me and encouraging my art.
i want to make Him proud.
I'M so G R A T E F U L
for the opportunity to do art, see art, be with artists.
Speaking of inspired- I took another art day through our museum and they were featuring New Mexican style design and art. Check out these lovelies.
Kim Wiggins - local Roswell, NM artist.