Archive For: Posts about my creative process

Interview of Anne Stine by Jim Sisley, Tryst Gallery

Facebook LIVE interview with Anne Stine and Jim Sisley, Tryst Gallery, Leesburg, Virginia

Learn about encaustic painting with Anne Stine, mixed media painter

  I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jim Sisley, owner of Tryst Gallery in Leesburg, Virginia in December 2018 on Facebook LIVE as the Gallery’s featured artist. Click the link or read the transcript below to learn about my creative process, inspiration behind my latest series and my back-story. Anne Stine Interview with Jim ... Read More
 
Meet My Teenage Painting

Meet My Teenage Painting

Paintings are like children. They go through developmental stages that can be stressful and a pain in the butt, but still wonderful to behold. So, before you toss that frustrating piece, read on to learn from this mom’s experience how patience and trust can turn it into something beautiful. The first developmental stage of a new painting is ... Read More
 
Outerbanks Landscape Painting

Outerbanks Landscape Painting

I’m always a little sad in September. The turning of the leaves and crisp morning air means fall is coming to Virginia. My spirit longingly desires to be back at the Outerbanks, North Carolina where the smell of salt water permeates the air. Fall is a time when I try to recreate summer moments from ... Read More
 
For Artists, Love is Patient in the Studio

For Artists, Love is Patient in the Studio

Learning about Love in the Studio This summer, I completed a bible study of 1 Corinthians 13 titled, “Bible Study for Busy Mamas, Thirty Days in 1 Corinthians 13,” by Pam Foster, that centered around defining demonstrating love in life. Most of us are familiar with this well-known scriptural passage ... Read More
 
Painting a mixed media memorial collage: the creative process revealed

Painting a mixed media memorial collage: the creative process revealed

Beginning the Painting This blog is about the creative process I went through as an artist to create a mixed media collage memorial painting of my father. There is a lot of thought that goes into creating a mixed media memorial collage. If it’s your own family member or loved one, the journey can be heartwarming and ... Read More