Tag Archives: painted feather
Update: Western Idaho Fair Fine Arts Exhibit
Just a quick update for you all – Well, as it turned out, my two feather painting entries did quite well in the Fine Arts competition at the Western Idaho Fair this year. One painting (Fancy Dancer) won 1st place … Continue reading
No “Throwback Thursday” Post This Week! – Getting Ready for the Meridian Summer Arts Festival
So it’s that time of year again! Art shows, art shows, everywhere! This will be my first year participating in the Meridian Summer Arts Festival and if you can’t tell…..I am EXCITED!!!! 🙂 I am forgoing the Throwback Thursday post … Continue reading
11/28 Featured Artist: Carol Jones
This week TheFeatherArtist.com is so excited to present our featured artist, Carol Jones! Carol is a fellow feather painter from Ontario, Canada and truly has some amazing work! She has been painting on feathers for 6 years and focuses primarily … Continue reading
Q & A: Brush sizes for feather painting?
I am often asked, “What is the smallest size brush you use for feather painting?” Being that my feather paintings consist of miniature portraits packed with fine details, people often believe it is only a hairs width…which is not too … Continue reading
Feather Painting: Birds of a Feather…..
…..get painted together…. Well, here is yet another new painting of mine, but this time of birds. Yes, I do on occasion paint birds, and I may be painting a lot more in the near future being that … Continue reading
Tip #5: Mirror Mirror on the Wall….
Mirrors aren’t just for getting ready in the mornings anymore…they can help detect imperfections in your paintings or drawings. And after this post you may just want to consider adding them to your list of art supplies…. Here is … Continue reading
My New Feather Painting!!!
Well, here it is: “Sitting Bull” Hand-painted acrylic on a brown turkey tail. Goodness, I’m not even quite sure how many hours it has taken me to complete – I lost track…my guess is 30+ hours – and normally my … Continue reading