Georgia O’ Keefe was a very well know artist and has some amazing paintings.
Here is a short video about her:
Here are some of her art pieces:
Jimson Weed – 1936
Black Iris – 1926
Horse’s Skull on Blue – 1930
Cow’s Skull: Red, White, and Blue – 1931
Comment down below what your favorite painting is. I would love to know.
I am SO sorry for not posting in the longest time. Summer has been crazy! So many amazing things have happened to me and I am so excited to share it with all of you.
Highlights of Summer:
1. I went to Utah!
In Utah we rode around on forwheelers and we hiked mountains and rolled down sand dunes. It was so much fun!
2. I traveled to Canon City!
Canon city was so fun! We went on a train, took so many beautiful pictures, went white water rafting and went to the Royal Gorge Bridge!!!
3. I started a YouTube channel. (Well, two actually)!
This summer, I started two youtube channels, one with my cousin Korah and one of just me!
On these channels I do acting skits and challenges, along with some other random videos!
I would love for you to check them both out here:
My YouTube Channel:
My YouTube Channel with my cousin:
I am going to try to start posting more on here!
Have a great day!
Here are some of his art works:
Sistine Chapel Ceiling: 1512
The Last Judgement: 1541
Medici Madonna: 1531
The Torment of Saint Anthony: Unknown
Ever wanted to draw that realistic eye. Here is a few steps to show you how:
Step 1: To draw a realistic eye you first want to outline the shape of the eye. This step does not have to be perfect. Draw lightly and try to get the basic shape of the eye.
Step 2: Draw the inner circle of the eye. This should be light and not in the middle of the eye. It should come from the eyelid and stretch all the way until almost touching the bottom of the eye.
Step 3: Draw the Pupil and highlight a square in the eye.
Step 4: Next Fill in the Pupil with a light grey and draw the eyelid. This should be close to the eye and very dark.
Step 5: All that is next is lots of shading and highlighting. Remember: Start light and gradually shade darker. The top of the inner circle of the eye should be dark since it is shaded by the eyelid.
Step 6: Add the eyelashes and swoop them up to make a 3D effect. Don’t add too many eyelashes and keep it simple.
Step 7: Add some depth to the inner of the pupil and shade the corners of the eye and the eyelid.
Step 8: Your finished! Congrats! Keep working on your eye if you don’t feel like it is perfect. Practice makes perfect, after all.
Paul Klee’s Art:
Here are some of his works:
Hammamet with mosque – 1914
Park Bei Lu – 1938
Dream City – 1921
Happy New Year! It is officially 2019! Here are my new years resolutions.
New Years resolutions:
Get better at acting and apply for acting opportunities.
Do Crossfit more and become stronger in every aspect.
Go on more adventures.
Do well in school.
Have the fun of a lifetime.
Blog and attain new followers that can come on my journey with me.
Be kind and help others.
I just drew this for all of you to wish you a merry and happy holiday.
It is just a quick sketch and I didn’t spend a ton of time on it so it is not my best work.
Today, is the first day of 12 days of Theatre and Art and I’m so excited to share with you all the fun things we are going to do until Christmas day. For the first one, I have a song.
12 Days Of Theatre and Art:
On the 12 days of Theatre and Art, my body did for me
One Dramatic Fall
Three Running Jumps
Seven cold glares
Eight Still lives
Nine Vocal Cracks
Eleven Costume changes
Twelve Finished Art
Comment down below which one is your favorite!
I just created a new
Pinterest account which I will be posting on regularly. Feel free to check it out and follow me! I will pin new, fun things from my blog and from my sketchbook! I will be adding boards and new pins frequently (hopefully), to try to make this site easier to navigate. Hope you visit it!