Sunday, February 4, 2018

good morning!

Hey!!!! I am visiting over here "myra blogs fashion and more" for a while and will soon be working on a special project! Come on over for a little visit!!

Sunday, January 28, 2018

'jaune soit ma couleur!' by myra anderson...

'Jaune soit ma couleur' is 'yellow be my color' in french. I like this little drawing but...if yellow really was my color...doesn't it sound better in french?

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

'floral doodle - make it up' by myra anderson. . .

When I first started painting decades ago...(decades? crying emoji here) I started with still life, fruits and flowers.  I can't really remember why I switched to figurative work but I think Degas ballerinas had something to do with it! This is almost finished using markers only...watercolor set just for the pretty colors!  Smiling emoji here!

'watercolor and ballerina blue' doodle by myra anderson...

We have walked a lot of art miles...and we have thousands of miles to go! Fun when it 'works'. Determined when it don't!  Insert smiling face emoji!

Monday, July 10, 2017

'brain's a noodle - so I doodle' by myra anderson...

A day of doodles...C'mon artists!!! Everyone knows that - well - MOST artists have more than fifty tubes of paint! Am I right? LOL! This is a page of marker doodles.  What fun! If I said that I have only fifty markers...would ANYONE believe me? Anyone? And if most artists don't have at least fifty tubes of I need some kind of intervention?  Well?  Do I?

Sunday, July 9, 2017

'zip-ba-dee' doodle all myra anderson

How do you even spell 'zip-a-dee' doodle? Anyways...I mentioned that I haven't been painting lately and...I looked at my maybe fifty tubes of paint and thought 'what am I going to do with you until I start painting again'? I know...doodle!!!

Saturday, July 8, 2017

sketch-book-ian by myra anderson. . .

It's been a long time...hasn't it?  Well, I haven't really been painting lately...but I have been busy doodling and drawing with markers and a bit of watercolor in my sketchbooks.  You already know this but... I think that you should always keep as much of your work (that you don't sell) as you can.  Why?  As I look back on my work I'm like 'when did I do this?' But mostly 'HOW did I do this?!'  And the wonderful 'I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW I COULD DO THAT!'  Question:  has my art gotten any better over these years?  Answer:  Uhh....ohh...humm......