I have been in the fine arts / graphic arts business for many years, working in watercolor, pencil, pen and ink, acrylic, acrylic airbrush and computer art (with experience in Photoshop and Illustrator). I display in local galleries, and do illustration for a wide variety of venues.
I can also be found at:
http://belief-is-magic.com - Portfolio examples
http://1-maggie-huft.pixels.com - Fine Art America storefront - NEW!
http://www.zazzle.com/maggiehuft - Zazzle storefront
http://www.linkedin.com/in/maggiehuft - Professional network

Monday, April 23, 2012

Global Art finished

Ok then, I've finished this piece.  Need to matt it and and send it. 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Global Art Project

Halfway through the artwork for the Global Art Project.  My art partner is in Michigan this year.  We've exchanged emails and this painting needs to be shipped in the next week or so.  Need to finish - but am having a good time with this.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

What happened to March?

I haven't been here in a while, and I'm not sure why....oh yes, I remember.  I've started a double portrait that I can't post until I'm finished and it's presented (as a gift).  I will be putting that up at a later date.  
In the meantime, I've started another piece.  Every two years I get involved with a group called The Global Art Project (for peace).  This is a nonprofit organization in Arizona.  
Their website is:  http://www.globalartproject.org/  
From their website:  
"The Global Art Project is an International Art Exchange for Peace. Here's how it works: Participants create a work of art in any medium, expressing their vision of global peace and goodwill. The art is displayed locally in each participant’s community. Global Art Project then organizes an international exchange by matching participants—group-to-group and individual-to-individual. The exchange occurs April 23-30 biennially, resulting in thousands of people sending messages of Peace around the world at one time—visions of unity simultaneously encircle the Earth. The art is sent as a gift of global friendship and exhibited in the receiving community."