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
If you’ve been around me for a while, you know I like to do things differently. I’m doing it again 🙂 From today until Tuesday, I’m doing an art sale on Instagram where you can pay what you think the artwork is worth.
These Halloween jokes are pretty silly but I thought you might enjoy them anyway. Seeing as Halloween is here very soon and a laugh is good for you.
I did another crochet project and this time, it’s an Owl for my keyring. I made it in pieces because I wanted the stitches in different directions and didn’t feel like figuring that problem out 😀
As I told you in my last post, my body is objecting to the season so I’m not drawing or painting and I’m not posting as much. I am doing some crochet though. Both to stay creative and to get some vintage inspired items for my self.
Today, I want to show you some autumn photos from this area. Mainly to make it easy for me to post today. It’s the time of year when I feel like hibernating and this year, I sort of will.
Of course, you can paint on fabric! But you do need a fabric medium if you don’t want it to get really stiff and peel off. I did these shirts for my daughter’s Halloween and costume party costumes over the last two days.
Today, we’re learning some myths and folklore around the Chickadee. The idea to check out the myths for this bird came from Lisa Jennifer Petr.
Every year on the 22nd of September, they celebrate World Rhino Day and this year, I thought I'd join in. This sketch was done in pencil on paper and is my way of celebrating the Rhino. If you're interested in seeing...
My other colourful amphibians needed a pal, so I created this salamander to keep them company. I also made a video of the process which you can watch below.
Next on the list of animals to look at in myths and folklore is the wolf, thanks to Ina and Laurie.
About a week ago, a friend and I took the kids to this beautiful mountain lake. I took a bunch of photos while we were there and these are the best ones.
A couple of days ago I was researching creatures of mythology from different areas of the World for my art series when I came across some really fun ones from Japan that I wanted to share with you. There’s at least one that I would love to have in my house 🙂