Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Robert P. Ryan.

Here is my piece, which isn't entirely white but also not entirely wrong.

Robert P. Ryan, Digital Painting.


Hey you! Making art can be fun, so why not put a smile on your face by making something in response to this month's theme: White?

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Theme for December.

Back again with Decembers theme:


White.


You know the drill by now. The theme is merely a jumping of point to give some framework to your creativity. Make some art (preferably square) and if you are feeling generous let the rest of us see your art by sending it to trysquareart@gmail.com so it can be posted here and on the other Try Square internet locations.

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Robert P. Ryan.

Ugh!
Just squeezing mine in in time.

Robert P. Ryan, Digital Painting.

Monday, 30 November 2015

Susann Ullrich.

Sweet!

Susann Ullrich, Spices and Sugar Syrup on Paper

This piece from Ms. Ullrich is abstract but simultaneously very literal, First time we've had either sugar or spice in the materials list, if memory serves.

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Theme for November.

You know how it works here. A new month means a new theme:


Sugar and Spice.


I wrote this last month but I think it's worth posting these Try Square pointers again:

  • This is for everyone (i.e. you).
  • The theme is merely a jumping off point for you to make whatever you like.
  • Making art can be fun and doesn't have to be super serious.
  • Forming a habit of regular art making is more important than how any individual piece turns out.
  • Make it square! Or close to square. It doesn't really matter.
  • Sharing artwork can be difficult but the more you do it the easier it becomes. Send you art to trysquareart@gmail.com
  • Try Square thinks you're tops!
So good luck and get scribblin'!

Thursday, 29 October 2015

Susann Ullrich.

Ms. Ullrich makes her return in time for the end of October (which has a frightening parallel with the plot of Halloween 5).

Susann Ullrich, Photography.

The hope here at Try Square is that you may think about art where you otherwise may not have. It can be a little nudge to help form a habit of making and sharing art or, if you already make bags of art, it can be to help make art just for fun. There are no tricks or treats here, so what are you afraid of?...

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Robert P. Ryan.

Two Try Squares in one day? 
Guess this is your Halloween treat.

Robert P. Ryan, Digital Painting.