The Art Witch Blog
I’m a mythical artist, photographer, designer, intuitive and all-around creative based in the Norwegian mountains and this is my blog.
This is where I share my creative expression and do my best to inspire, empower, share tips and information, and give the occasional kick in the butt so you can have a more fulfilling life. You’ll also find a lot of art, some behind the scenes and works in progress, as well as some strong opinions, and a swear word or two. If you enjoy the posts, please share them.
– Kim Nance
Many artists think that creating and art are a way to give their name a legacy. Some people, on the other hand, think that art is more important than their name or people knowing their name. They are happy to be in the background, just an anonymous person behind great art and let the art itself speak up
I had a bird drawing to finish and I also had some points to make in regards to youtube intros. So I made this video for you to explain those points, show the drawing process and wish you a wonderful equinox.
From tonight until midnight tomorrow (CET), I’m having an art sale. It’s my birthday tomorrow and I felt like giving you something
Today I’m doing an art challenge where I’m painting blindfolded, watch to find out how that ends up looking
Today, we’re taking a look at the Humminbird. The myths, mythology, folklore and as a spirit animal. This is a bird pretty much everyone has heard of, all over the World but most haven’t seen.
Josh Carlyle is a personal coach and content manager at Writing Guru. He is always willing to share his knowledge and ideas with readers and write for the blogs from the insights of a professional writer. A long time ago it was discovered that art can make you...
Winter is long here in Norway and I, for one, really like that the sun is returning. But a splash of color would be nice in all the monochrome outside. So I decided to make a sun catcher and I thought I’d bring you along so you can make one too.
After a long time of low energy levels and thinking about it, I finally got myself going on the acrylic painting of a Rooster I’ve been planning to paint
For the last couple of days, I’ve been trying to take new self-portraits to use on my website and it hasn’t been easy. It’s even harder than I thought it would be. Apparently, I have a lot to learn about making interesting self-portraits.
I haven’t used dip pens with real ink before so this was a new experience. In this art challenge, I jump in and use a dip pen with 6 different nibs to create a drawing of a bird. Come along and try it yourself.
I don’t do resolutions because, from my experience, they’re pretty useless. So I haven’t posted any anywhere. I have written down some art goals for the year though, which I want to share with you.
This crazy winter has made me lazy in a way. Well maybe not exactly lazy but reluctant