Speaking of Favorite Artists…

I’m very seriously considering going back to school to get my Masters in 2009, after Michael graduates. In the meantime over the next year, I’d like to take a few art classes for fun.

If I could learn to paint like anyone, I would want to paint like Chelsea James. I have been completely smitten with her work since I saw it first on design*sponge a few months ago.

There is such a dream-like quality to her artwork. And I think her use of color is incredible.

She sells her paintings through galleries in the west. It would be so great to see her work in person. Learn more about Chelsea James here.

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