Walda Juhl
  • Female
  • Munger, MI
  • United States
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How would you categorize your painting style?
Which medium do you prefer? eg. oils, acrylics, etc.
acrylics & watermedia
Are you a full time artist?
Part Time
Who are your favourite 2 artists?
Stephen Quiller & Monet
Do you have any goals for your painting?
to enjoy my painting & to enter shows ; perhaps be in a gallery someday!

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Winter in Michigan

Posted on January 9, 2015 at 15:17 0 Comments

//////Composition #5 is entitled country Kid. I love the feeling of warmth in the photo. The young child grasps the chicken with her chubby hands. I would want to capture this feeling of warmth. I've decided not to use the normal, let's say, usual composition but to position the child on the far left of the picture plane in order to make the chicken the center of attention. I'm doing a mosaic using parts of other paintings. (watercolor). I'll show you when I get done!

Composition #6… Continue

Winter in Michigan

Posted on December 19, 2014 at 13:39 0 Comments

Getting close to Christmas! And it's time to work on the workshop so will take this week off and get to work. Blog later after the holidays. Then back to composition! WALDA

Winter in Michigan

Posted on December 18, 2014 at 1:36 0 Comments

Day 5 Still figuring out these pictures. Let's see if this works!

Winter in Michigan

Posted on December 14, 2014 at 3:48 1 Comment

My third photo is from the desert with a beautiful multi-armed Saguaro as the focus point. At first I saw again the cross formula with the cactus as the perpendicular and the rocks as the longitudinal. Also the middle rock leads me to another formula called the balance-scale formula where you have a dominant center of interest with similar masses and shapes distributed somewhat equally on both sides. And then I saw the diagonal formula and I could see the lines very plainly.!

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At 21:04 on February 7, 2017, Richard Robinson said…

Boy that Boat painting prize was a while ago! Postman must have pinched it. I'll have to send you another, different boat painting. Let's hope this one arrives.

At 12:28 on April 2, 2016, Candi Hogan said…

Thanks so much for "Friending" me formally Walda!!!

At 13:36 on August 19, 2015, Susan Burke said…

Thanks for the invite, Walda!!

At 13:35 on August 19, 2015, Susan Burke said…

I love Massachusetts! I've lived here for over 20 years. I left for a little while a few years ago and couldn't wait to get back. I do love Richard's workshops and the people on this site are special!  So willing to help one another!

At 5:58 on August 19, 2015, Susan Burke said…

I hope you're coming in late September, Massachusetts is glorious in the autumn!  Gloucester is one of my favorite places in the world! Salem is a terrific place to visit too; as are Concord and Lexington!! Unfortunately for me, I will be in New Jersey for most of September...not my favorite place!

At 14:12 on December 10, 2014, Jodi Murphy said…

I still haven't started it yet.  There are several avenues to choose from, and I am still confused.  Let me know if you figure it out.  I am thinking that to add a photo you would copy and paste it on.  Not sure yet.  Have a blessed day!

At 13:41 on February 4, 2014, Richard Robinson said…

What I mean by a calligraphic stroke is one that is not laboured over. It is succinct, beautiful in itself and seems effortless although the planning of the stroke or strokes may take some time. Saying less with a brush strokes often says more.

At 0:39 on February 3, 2014, Gina Dalkin-Davis said…

Hi Wanda, Thanks for your comments.  It is very nice to get a critique from Richard.  He's an excellent teacher and a super artist.  I really like your water colours. And I was also impressed with your drawing story board of the people on the beach painting.  

At 14:50 on November 3, 2013, Karen Meredith said…
Thank you for your welcome! No, I've not heard of Sterling but just checked his Website and see he is now in NC. Beautiful work!
At 12:01 on October 15, 2013, Ningning Li said…

Walda, I am very glad to be your friend. Thank you for invite me.  About the autumn tree and water photo, you can use it to paint for gift or for sell. I wish you good luck. I am painting it now and found something that I want to share with you. The ratio can be changed to make the foreground more space. That is Michael's idea and I like it. As the trees are very near, have to put  some details of leaves. I did not start smartly. As it was difficult to get the shapes of the leaves, I ghrabed my knife to do it . As I have never done anything with knife, it looks very aggressive. And I have no choice but use knife to do the trunks and leaves on the ground. I have not finish yet, but will upload what it looks like for your refference, This may help you avoid my mistakes.



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