Titled Sailing, or Sailboats in a Harbor, this is a pastel on paper attached to a board by artist Jonas Lie, who lived from 1880 to 1940. I love using pastel. You can do a lot with the medium, as evidenced in this beautiful work by Mr. Lie. I encourage anyone to give pastels a try. I prefer the “wet” ones with oil rather than the dry.
Tim frequently comes to Open Studio to work on his colorful masterpieces. This is his most recent piece. Tim thinks that no matter what colors you choose in your work, they are beautiful.
PWA Participant Artist Tim Bridge shows off his latest masterpiece during Open Studio.
Join Tim and other artists during Open Studio, every Monday on zoom from 3:30-5:00pm PT. Email email@example.com for more details.
PWA participant artist Tim Bridge loves using lots of different colors: pinks, blues, yellows, greens.
“Since St Patrick’s day is on Thursday, that is the look I was going for,” said Tim of his latest creation. One person described Tim’s work as reminding them of “the promise of spring.”
Tim is a regular at Path with Art’s Open Studio on Mondays from 3:30-5:00pm, which is currently held virtually. “We are one big happy family when it comes to art on zoom,” says Tim. “We are all artists in our own special way.”
I am thankful for art, food, Path with Art, music, and time to do art with friends on zoom –Tim Bridge, Participant Artist
My inspiration: I am in the foundation drawing class and my inspiration for this piece was Leonardo da Vinci, and Path with Art is always my motivation to do art. –Tim Bridge, PWA Participant Artist
Get creative with Tim and other artists in the Path with Art community at Open Studio on Mondays from 3:30-5:00pm on zoom! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link.
“I study trees as I’m on the bus, and they’re just beautiful, so nice and full. How can I draw them so I can show what they really look like? These trees I drew from my imagination. I like trees because I know they grow forever.” — Kathleen Ruthford, PWA Participant Artist