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Sallie Bowen Studios Rippling Hills, Shining River
Right Brain or Left Brain? Which are You? Right brain thinking? Are you a linear thinker? Rational? Non-rational? Imaginative or analytical? Knowing how you think, you can determine if you are predominantly a left or right brain thinker.  Or, are you more evenly weighted to both sides? The right brain person tends to be more
Imagination in Sallie Bowen's Skullduggery came from playing with the composition, juxtaposing positions, arbitrary color
Inspiration and Where to Find it: Inspiration: what is it? The word derives from inspiritus, or to breathe new life into. Spiritus is spirit. From these Latin words, we get inspire and inspiration. According to Webster’s inspiration is: a divine influence or action on a person held to qualify him to receive and communicate sacred
Pink Roses, fugitive color
Fugitive Colors in History of Painting:   Artists J.M. W. Turner, Vincent Van Gogh, and Sir Joshua Reynolds, whether knowingly or not, used fugitive colors. This term has to do with colorfastness and the quality of fading over time. The prime reason has to do with their degradation due to light. During  the Spanish colonization
Sallie Bowen Studios Wheel of Color
Gray Sources in History: In Victoria Finlay’s Color: A Natural History of the Palette, she writes about the first sources of gray as being the remnants of fire. However, one of the best materials found for drawing was willow charcoal. Much later, in Somerset, England, Percy Coate had been a willow basket maker. The demand
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