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
“Make art not war”- is a quote from an artwork that many of us have seen. This famous piece was created by Patrick Brill (also known as Bob and Roberta Smith) in 1997. However, how many of you have thought about the message transmitted through this work?
Lilith and I spent the Midsummer weekend at the Trondheim Viking Market, one of the few events I go to each year. These are a few of the photos I took while we were there
Is there a group for your interests or passions where you live? There isn’t one for me here and I really wish there was
All of the long weekend, I was with a large bunch of good friends at this house in the middle of Norway called Idavollen Tingsted.
In this art challenge, I’ll be turning 3 different cracks into paintings. Why not join me 🙂 I’ve added one for you too.
The idea came from Carla Sonheim who shares sidewalk cracks with her audience to create art from.
I don’t have that many books on art and creativity but I do have a few. So I thought I’d show you the ones I have today. The crafts books will have to wait until another day 😀
It’s very hot here and I got some annoying news today so I didn’t have the spoons for a longer video but I wanted to give you a little life tip/creativity tip related to this summer
Today, I’ve been painting layers of acrylics over a picture I transferred onto a canvas panel. I picked colours more or less at random as a challenge to myself. And I made a video of the process. You can watch the video right here
In Nordic folklore, you’ll find the wights in several varieties. Both wights related to farms, land and sea as well as forests. Most describe them as small creatures that look like ordinary people and live in underground societies.
It’s time for another one of those art challenges 🙂 This time, I’m using a random word generator to select a noun, a verb and an adjective and then I try to make some art from that
If you want to see the initial sketches for the series of paintings I’m calling “Creatures of Folklore”, you can see them here. In the video, I also added something about a new thing I’m doing for my patrons on Patreon.
It’s Easter break here so my daughter and I had some fun painting stones. We love having some colourful spots in the garden, regardless of what season it is so we have some painted stones out there. We wanted more so we made some. This might become a new spring tradition.