Cheers to The Augusta National's Masters Golf Tournament! Marquin releases a series of Nine Mixed Media Drawings in celebration of the tournament!
During Easter Season for a few years now, I've been offering up some Easter Crosses. This year, I have two options and they are art prints of two of my paintings placed under lucite. I hope you check out the Reflection & Ripple Cross and add them to your Easter Baskets for your bunnies this year!
Yesterday, March 20th, was the first day of spring and let me tell you... it is TIME for a change of seasons!This year, I got a wild hair and decided to YouTube how to blow Eggs, dye them, and create our very own special DIY Easter Egg Tree. Warning to all of you: do not do this unless you have tons of time. I did the project over the course of a few days with my kids semi-watching and they thought the egg blowing and dying were really cool. I hope you enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime creation. Now that the project is behind me, I'm so glad we took the time to create it.
I do so many easy, fun, creative things with the children at home, I have decided to start sharing a 'Creative Home' Series on Sundays. For the first post, I want to share this painting that is probably the piece of art that receives the most commentary from guests when they come over. It is a 40 x 60 inch canvas that I had the children work on all last summer covered in children's paint, markers, and crayons. We accidentally left the canvas out in the yard, and the rain created the ghost like effect on the canvas, which I'm crazy about. So if you are looking for a simple, ongoing project at home for little ones, this is easy....