Tag Archives: Gwenn Seemel

Mitchell’s Portrait A La Gwenn Seemel

Taking a class from Gwenn Seemel has taken me completely out of my comfort zone.  This is good.  I work from light pencil to dark pencil to pen, erasing some pencil, darkening pen, and possibly color . . . Gwenn’s … Continue reading

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Gwenn Seemel’s Heartwarming Christmas story

If you don’t follow Gwenn Seemel you are missing something.  She is one of my favorite artists to not only look at but to listen to — sign up for her blog and enjoy! This video came out of Crimes … Continue reading

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Copyright Laws and Derivative Work

Gwenn Seemel, through her own blog writing, has been challenging me to think about copyrights and why I make art. Making art, or expanding this to “making things up”, being creative in general, is just part of who I am. I … Continue reading

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Artists Who Write

I have always loved artists who write, whom many others would call writers who draw.  They are role models as they could not leave their art behind for words or vice versa.  I can’t either, and for me, the two … Continue reading

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