prints and pastels and art for the good of the order


Dianna Woolley, Sandy Lizet and I treked down to Mission, OR again today for the 2nd round of Frank’s print making workshop. It was a great experience and everyone there seemed to be happy with the prints they made. Great info! I brought home some prints I am quite satisfied with. I will photograph them and put them on the blog at a later date. There are some that still are have some wet ink on them, but should be dry by tomorrow.
My next project is the poster design for the spring dance recital “Sleeping Beauty”…I have some ideas to start the project. It is always a pleasure to do a show bill for Idalee…no one gets into the story as she does. I love the sparkle she gets in her eyes as she talks about and lets me listen to the music and the costumes! The show is mid May at Cordiner Hall and will be worth the price of a ticket for certain!

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About bonnie griffith

I am a landscape artist who works in pastels, oils and acrylics. My work focuses on representational studies of the western US. I am basically self taught with lots of workshops and studies with several landscape artists such as Bruce Haughey and Clark Elster. I live in southwestern Idaho, am a native Montanan with a strong connection to the land. I spend as much time as I can in MT painting as well other parts of the northwest. I appreciate getting out in the field and working plein air because there is nothing like completing a painting in the true light of day and visually not being compromised by the use of a photo. In my work, my goal is to produce a piece of work that draws the viewer into the painting and challenges them to explore the scene; get a sense of the time of day, the temperature, the light or lack of. If I have gotten that viewer to step out of their reality and into that painting and enjoy it, then my work was accomplished as I wished. View all posts by bonnie griffith

One response to “prints and pastels and art for the good of the order

  • SUNRISE SISTER

    I concur with your enthusiastic remarks about the weekend at Crow’s Shadow. It was indeed an inspirational venue with artists and ink galore! I needed a heavy-duty wax paraffin manicure after the workshop – I find that even with care, it is a messy medium. It was fun to participate though and I have even greater respect for Master Printmakers (such as Frank Janzen) and the amazing work they produce with ink!!

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