by Donna Dewberry One Stroke creator Donna Dewberry breaks down simple strokes that can be used to paint flowing ferns and greenery to beautiful fuchsia and queen anne's lace. Donna teaches you how to double load the brush, hold the brush and stroke the brush to create this lovely One Stroke Floral design.
Untitled, ca. 1939–1942 The nature of the interactions between Traylor’s figures is often open to interpretation. In this drawing, for example, the couple could be either brawling or dancing. The repeated triangular shapes formed by their limbs unify the composition and lead the eye to see them as a single unit, forever locked together in their encounter. Time seems to stop in Traylor’s drawings, as though he were able to freeze motion through his skillful depiction of human gestures.