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Author: Jennifer Tan

I was going squirrelly so I painted this fish.  A rock cod.  Don't ask me why the bright orange background.  Just felt like it.  A teacher told me to do the opposite of what you would expect. Does he look a little worried? Excellent day of painting,...

So this is what I want to know.  Did the mussel who created this gorgeous shell feel those little bumps inside and let it spoil his day?  Did he do what I would have done in my only-some-things perfectionist way and insist on making another?  Did he...

On one side, real cat.  All feisty and hopped up on spring, begging to be let outside then desperate to come back in, bombing around the house, jumping up on sills and ledges.  Full of the devil. The other side.  Shadow cat.  Quieter, her job to...

This was inspired by a bunch of cornflowers that my mom brought me a few years ago.  They were such an intense blue it felt like my eyes were seeing them wrong.  I toned them down a little bit for the painting because I think they would have looked...