Beautiful Art

About the Artist

IBBIE WHITE ALSHAMMA

ibbie

Painting enables me to share my delight in the natural world with others – to express vividly what I see and feel about plants and other living creatures

Watercolor is a welcome and natural medium for me.  Demanding delicacy and attentiveness, it holds the promise of unexpected beauty as the pigment, water and surface tension interact.

My early experience painting porcelain china with Grace Pollack prepared me for the “touchiness” of watercolor.  Working quickly with little opportunity to retouch prepared me to study Chinese brush painting with Madeleine Fu, a student of Chaing Dai Chen, one of Taiwan’s most famous artists. Exploring my creative expressivenss was inspired by David Milby at Penn State University.

 

About the Artist

IBBIE WHITE ALSHAMMA

ibbie

Painting enables me to share my delight in the natural world with others – to express vividly what I see and feel about plants and other living creatures

Watercolor is a welcome and natural medium for me.  Demanding delicacy and attentiveness, it holds the promise of unexpected beauty as the pigment, water and surface tension interact.

My early experience painting porcelain china with Grace Pollack prepared me for the “touchiness” of watercolor.  Working quickly with little opportunity to retouch prepared me to study Chinese brush painting with Madeleine Fu, a student of Chaing Dai Chen, one of Taiwan’s most famous artists. Exploring my creative expressivenss was inspired by David Milby at Penn State University.

 

About the Artist

IBBIE WHITE ALSHAMMA

ibbie

Painting enables me to share my delight in the natural world with others – to express vividly what I see and feel about plants and other living creatures

Watercolor is a welcome and natural medium for me.  Demanding delicacy and attentiveness, it holds the promise of unexpected beauty as the pigment, water and surface tension interact.

My early experience painting porcelain china with Grace Pollack prepared me for the “touchiness” of watercolor.  Working quickly with little opportunity to retouch prepared me to study Chinese brush painting with Madeleine Fu, a student of Chaing Dai Chen, one of Taiwan’s most famous artists. Exploring my creative expressivenss was inspired by David Milby at Penn State University.

 

About the Artist

IBBIE WHITE ALSHAMMA

ibbie

Painting enables me to share my delight in the natural world with others – to express vividly what I see and feel about plants and other living creatures

Watercolor is a welcome and natural medium for me.  Demanding delicacy and attentiveness, it holds the promise of unexpected beauty as the pigment, water and surface tension interact.

My early experience painting porcelain china with Grace Pollack prepared me for the “touchiness” of watercolor.  Working quickly with little opportunity to retouch prepared me to study Chinese brush painting with Madeleine Fu, a student of Chaing Dai Chen, one of Taiwan’s most famous artists. Exploring my creative expressivenss was inspired by David Milby at Penn State University.