This group of trading cards again shows the diversity of styles and techniques each artist used. The cards are small - a little over 2x3." Each artist who gave me a card received one of mine, too, and I did some of them on YUPO with fluid acrylics:-) Painting small is not my style at all, so this was challenging.
There will be more to see in the next post, but now it's time to finish up the details before the portrait workshop here on Saturday and Sunday. Have a good weekend.



Over the past year, each of my weekly classes decided to create Artists Trading Cards, sharing them with the other artists in their class. The posts over the next several days will showcase the cards, although they are not necessarily arranged according to which class made them.

The mats came precut from Art Supply Warehouse in North Carolina. These make a great addition to my studio walls and are inspiring. I love the diversity of style and techniques used. Each artist trading card is unique, just like the artist who made it.

I will treasure these forever! More to come tomorrow.