Dynamic Dreamer ~ Art Weaver

The Ghostly, Mythic, Tarot & Fairy Tale musings of Lisa Hunt

Battlefield Ghosts: Documenting raw, unfiltered creative energy

| August 30, 2010

Here’s the second drawing in what is becoming a series of time-lapse photography experiments. Drawing Battlefield Ghosts was 25% preplanned, 75% spontaneous creative outpouring. As I worked on this drawing…

Documenting the Painting Process

| August 23, 2010

Close to 2000 photos were taken to help seamlessly capture my watercolor painting process. The final Psychopomp image took two days to paint from start to finish. Once I get into a painting zone, it’s hard to stop…

Documenting the Drawing Process

| August 18, 2010

In the last few months, many friends and fans have suggested that I somehow capture the creative process on film, so to speak. Though I feel confident drawing and painting in front of others, I have never sketched in the presence of a camera-on-tripod before. I used a remote feature that enabled me to snap […]

Ghosts & Spirits–cranking out the creepies and beyond

| August 13, 2010

In a recent Facebook post of my pencil rendition of Shellycoat, several FB friends suggested I do a time lapse of the art progress; a sort of artist-at-work video. Having been a former art teacher who had engaged in demos routinely, I like the idea of sharing my process in this suggested format. I will definitely be looking into it…

Chronicles of Connor Part 3

| August 6, 2010

As the summer vacation winds down, so will Connor’s long drawing sessions in the studio. I don’t teach Connor how to draw–he just sits at his desk and lets bustling creative ideas flood onto paper. He is insatiable with paper and pencil. Once in a blue moon he’ll ask me a question such as “Mom, how do you draw a woman (cyborg influence, of course)?” or “Mom, how do you show a spaceship from the underside as it stretches into a blackhole?”…

A Fun Day at the Museum

| August 2, 2010

I have always loved going to museums and am lucky enough to live in an area where there is plenty to see. This past Spring we treated ourselves to an M.C. Escher show at the Boca Museum of Art. A few hours through the labyrinth of amazingness resulted in a season full of creative inspiration…