Monday, February 23, 2009


Please check out my interview on! Thaneeya McArdle (artist and creator of the site) was kind enough to feature several of my whimiscal-themed ACEOs and a Q&A on how I work! 

On the site you can find useful tips and art techniques including painting, drawing, various art mediums and genre in a comprehensive and easy-navigate manner. It's great for beginners and those who want to pick up a new medium but don't know how to start. 

This is one of the very few sites which I learnt something; stuff I always wanted to know, especially on acrylics. Most other sites are not as clear, or will want you to pay a fee to view more, or in a forum format. Thaneeya also uses lots of photos and artworks as visual guides to help us along and readily answers any questions that you have! Also she has included some product recommendations online which saves us from head scratching over which to buy. Well if you're still reading this you should go visit the site now lol! 


Anonymous said...

Hi Vera,

Thanks so much for your lovely post about my Art is Fun site! It is a true delight having your artwork on my site. I'm also really glad to hear that you found some helpful content on the site!

All the best to you - I'll definitely be keeping an eye on your work!


PAC said...

ooo your interview feature looks awesome! thanks for the link!

elsie said...

congratulations! your work is wonderful and it was a great feature!

Anonymous said...

Hey. I was just wondering if the owner of this website can help me. My EAST class at Jacksonville Middle School is trying to promote artists on a website we made. If you can take the time to send us an email we will be delighted. Contact us at

Don Elver said...

Wow, I was looking for information about skulls art and I got here. I think I'm the first to post a comment since a long time. Thank you for the reference about Art is Fun, a great website! Very educational.

Have you check out ? I think that's another kind of web site, maybe it's not educational but it seems to have some cool things there.

Don Elver said...

My apologies, I write it wrong, it's