Took advantage of the lighting in my studio today to take a new profile picture.
I look just like the emoji now 🤓
Thanks again to all who tuned into my live video while I worked on the polar bear. I’ve also gotten requests for prints of it, so I’ll be doing a limited edition run of it. Hit me up if you want one!
Also started a YouTube channel for my art, so check that out 🎨 (link in bio)
Listen up and pay attention to some raw conversation held by the volunteers at the Tribe Drive !!!
The movement is growing let's keep giving back and being lights in our community!! We are thankful to anyone who has participated in the drive your efforts and energy was necessary to make this happen!!
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Last week felt like spring with 60 degree temps and rain... today is another snowy day. I’m not complaining because it’s beautiful and I am fortunate enough to have a job that doesn’t require leaving the house... but seriously?! #onlyinohio#snowdays
I took a good look at my studio today, and decided I didn’t like the flow. Whether I was sitting at my drawing table, or standing at my easel, I was staring at the wall 👎🏽 I decided to change that today! My drawing table and easel swapped places, and I can see out the window now at either one 😊
Needed more organization and a spot off of my table for my lamp and such, so I added the white shelf.
Super happy with the flow now, and excited for what this year has in store for me in my newly arranged studio!
Last night was legendary! @bootsy_collins came out and showed support at our first show of the year @motrpub with @laureneylise we appreciate you believing in our vision and supporting the movement! 2018 will be biblical!
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When our little man was born, my dad started calling him polar bear. So I did a little sketch for him 😊
He turns five this month and I still can’t believe how big he’s gotten. Mama loves you polar bear!
Side note: If you’ve been keeping up with the progress of my lavender painting but haven’t seen the finished piece, check out my last post! (Osito means little bear in Spanish)
5” x 3”
Ink and graphite on paper
Ze field of lavender!!
It is done! 😬
I wanted to take a moment to say that I’m very thankful to all of you who support me and my artwork. You’re the reason why I am able to continue doing what I love!
Thank you ☺️ 4ft x 2ft
Oil on canvas
THURSDAY in the tunnel // #Repost@catnip502 (@get_repost)
Come catch me on The Comedown at the Mockbee in Cinci this Thursday! All ages and free! 21 to drink if you trynna be like me!
2 133:05 AM Jan 9, 2018
The Cincinnati Art Club Presents a
John Michael Carter Workshop
"Capturing the Essence of a Pose"
Oil or Acrylic
March 9, 10, 11, 2018
9 - 4 daily
Members $425 Non-member $450
The class will paint from costumed models with an emphasis on identifying the design and value patterns that must be established in order to create convincing figure paintings. Mr. Carter will work and demonstrate with each student individually according to their skill level. Students should be prepared with a palette and colors with which they familiar ( specific list will be provided) and 5 or 6 canvas panels approx. 12x16 to 18x24 in size.
Mr. Carter has been a frequent guest instructor at art workshops across the country, including the Scottsdale Artist School since 1990, the Dallas Art League and the Cincinnati Art Club. His thorough classical training and experince in drawing and painting gives himthe technical expertise for superb instruction.
He is a master signature member of Oil Painters of America and serves on the board of directors of that organization – this past year as it’s president.
For more information contact [email protected] ,
Members $425 Non-member $450
Space is limited! Your payment secures your spot. #johnmichaelcarter#oilpaintersofamerica#figurepainting#oilpainting#acrylicpainting#figuralart#realism#cincinnatiartclub#cincyartist#paintingworkshop#paintingwomen
Brunch Meeting & Program, Saturday, January 20, 2018
$20, payable BY CHECK at the door. Email [email protected] before 10am Wednesday 1/17/18 to reserve your spot!
Cincinnati Art Club, 1021 Parkside Place, Cincinnati, OH, 45202
Social Hour is 10:00 AM, Brunch at 10:45, Program begins at 11:30
How to Talk About Your Art So People Will Listen
Judi Ketteler talks to companies, associations, and networking groups about the power of telling stories. She talks about the ways organizations and individuals can use storytelling to present an idea to a board of directors or create content for a marketing campaign. Her presentation style is engaging and entertaining (and contains a lot of stories)! Most importantly, her content is packed with relevant take away you can start using right away, in your next conversation, presentation, pitch, email, or social media post.
Join us for the January 20th, 2018 brunch meeting and start talkin’. #cincinnatiartclub#judiketteler#arttalk#cincyart#cincyartist#artbrunch#localart#cincyrefined
As the end of the year is approaching 2018 is starting off with a BANG!!! Cincy Scribes is back in Action on Jan. 13th, MLK Day Celebration at Music Hall featuring Aiken New Tech and Scribes Poet KeShawn on Jan. 15th, Scribes Open Mic is back on and popping Jan. 26th hosted be The Silent Poet at WordPlay Cincy and Scribes will be opening for Nikki Giovanni on Jan. 27th at Joseph-Beth Bookstore at 6pm! Grateful for all opportunities and hope to see you at one of these many events! #WordPlayCincy#CincyScribes#CincyArtist#PowerToThePoets2018#TheSilentPoetOut🎈
0 185:25 PM Dec 19, 2017
I'm teaching my last workshop of the year at the @taftmuseum on Saturday December 9. We will be combining modern design with historic technique for an afternoon of craft and camaraderie. Learn English Paper Piecing and complete this project that is perfect for gift giving. The class runs from 12-4:30 and the fee is $25 for Taft members, $35 for non-members, and includes all materials as well as admission to the museum. Space is limited, so reserve your spot online via the Taft's website (www.taftmuseum.org/events/lectures and scroll down) or by calling 513-684-4516.