Thursday, November 17, 2011

Flora Bowley's workshop photos

 I'm posting this against my better judgement because it's not done yet.  I figure I have one more whole day on it.  but whatever...this was what I worked on in Flora Bowley's recent workshop she taught at the artfest annex in seattle.
 This was Flora's finished 36x36 painting...the one we saw progress over the 2 days.  It's beautiful in person.  She can certainly rock a canvas!
 This was nolwenn petitbois's painting.  well, one of two (we each got to work on two).  and one of my favorites in the workshop.
 I think this is Camille Scheewe with her painting.  another one who I loved what she was doing.
 This is Julie Hamilton's with some really cool pods on it!  I love pods!
 sorry...can't remember this person's name but I loved her work too...
The painting to the right was made by Marty Wallace, my table mate and one of my dearest friends.  All in all, the 2-days were fantastic and I learned a lot from Flora.

15 comments:

  1. Oh wow! This looks like a great workshop! I love the vibrant colors and the bold patterns or maybe compositions is a better word. Very much looking forward to seeing what you´re gonna do with your painting, although Im not sure if I think it needs much more - I really like it just as it is! Yep! The more I look at it, the better I like it! :-)

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  2. Wow I love ALL the paintings! Amazing. I can't wait to see what yours looks like when it's finished!

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  3. Í'm one of those fans lurking in the shadows here but now I really have to comment! I love your painting!! I even like it the most from all the paintings you showed us in this post. I'm wondering what you think it needs more...a great quote maybe? I love it just like it is now! cna't wait to see the finished painting. Thanks for showing.

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  4. Beautiful painting Teesha...i see Flora's influence, but it is definitely a "Teesha" painting. Would love to take a class with her someday.

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  5. Colour,colour everywhere !,

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  6. i've like flora's art since i 1st saw it, last year. she has inspired so many artists, just like you. teesha, it's nice that you share your art process, & journey with us. that you too, get influenced or take classes from other artists like flora, & jesse reno.

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  7. teesha yours is my favorite!!! wow it has alot of depth. keep going. it's so wonderful!

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  8. Wow! Love your painting, teesha! I am so jealous. I would love to take a flora bowley class!

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  9. They are AMAZING!!!!! That's MY kind of art. Beautiful work guys!!! :0

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  10. ok, pardon the language, but your painting (the first) is fucking beautiful!!! My jaw dropped. I've been following your blog for a while now & although i see Flora's guidance, it is definitely YOU. A teesha painting, all the way. Absolutely gorgeous... love, love. xoxo

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  11. Anonymous7:05 PM

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  12. Your painting is beautiful Teesha. So much depth and vibrancy. Please share more pictures as you progress.

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  13. What a great painting! I attract this painting. I am so impressed by that. It design and decoration looking amazing. I really appreciate for your work. Thanks for shearing your creativity.

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  14. I can see why you liked this painter. She is vibrant and into color as you are...
    ...any chance you could get one of your "circus" people to transport that "ANNEX" over to San Diego???? Or key me into some energy that will bring me to you...WHAT A WONDROUS WORK SPACE! You HAVE to be creative in that setting!!! Thanks for sharing---and yours is the best :>

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  15. I'm with the group here....seriously, I like yours best. And can't imagine what you still have to do on it. Love it.

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