August 22, 2020

If you have an HP printer you do not want to miss out on this fantastic deal! HP is offering this great service where they send you ink cartridges before you run out.

The service prices are amazing! I pay only 4.99 a month for the ink to print 100 pages. When I run out of ink, HP detects this wirelessly and sends me new ink cartridges, free shipping. I have used this service for 4 years and I am very happy. If my printing needs diminish to 50 pages a month I only pay 2.99. If I print 15 pages a month it is free. Free!!! I save so much on ink. I used to spend $70 every other month. Of course I pring a lot, but that is a lot of money! One of my students is using this service now and for her it is totally free. She only prints 15 pages a month. If she goes over that, it is $1 for every 10 pages. You can't beat this deal. The only catch is that you buy an HP printer. Mine was $75 at Walmart. 

Use this link to check out this great service 

July 18, 2020

"Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go who we think we are supposed to be and embracing who we are" - Brene Brown

What is Artistic Authenticity

Artistic Authenticity is about the process of opening up and allowing ourselves to be spilled into some form of creativity. It is not about getting "atta boys". It is deeper than that. It is about having the courage to be you in the world. Authenticity takes courage. It is risk taking, It doesn't behave according to popular opinion. It doesn't try to shock others. It doesn't try. It is like a caged tiger pacing in its cage, waiting for the door to be opened so that it can run free. Unlike the tiger, the door to your authenticity can olnly be opened by you. If your door is always open, congratulations!!! If not, and you want to be authentic, you must open the door. The door is not locked. It is simply closed.

Why is my door closed?

I struggle a lot with artistic authenticity. I battle many obstacles before I even move...

February 24, 2020

You are invited this Thursday, February 27, 2:00 - 6:00PM, to meet Kim and see her new paintings! Come to M.Maison 3403 Ocean Drive Vero Beach, FL, across from Bobby's Restaurant for opening night aperatif. There is parking in back. Kim Weissenborn is an artist whose paintings captivate the soul with whimsy, charm and drama. Her colorful watercolors are reminiscent of the expressionist artist Emile Nolde and impressionist Berte Morisot, and yet are fully unique and new. It is precisely Kim's fusion of color, wet into wet paint, quick dancing brushstrokes and whimsical story telling, that has produced such a rich, expressive and truly powerful body of work. full bio... The exhibit runs Feb. 27 through March 4. 

February 7, 2020

This June, Join Kim and fellow travelers on an adventure through Normandy, France.

Visit Paris, Giverny, Etretat, and Honfleur. Stay in boutique hotels and unique chambre d'hotes. Eat delicious french cuisine and drink fabulous wine or beer. Tour art museums and breathtaking sites. Travel in a private van and picnic along the Seine. Learn more....

September 11, 2019

At last, an exhibit in Vero Beach! Kim will be exhibiting her newest paintings at M.MAISON, a charming boutique located in the idyllic beach town of Vero Beach, Florida. Her new works are inspired by water.  The piece featured here shows Kim's love of the wet on wet technique that can only be obtained with watercolor paints.

The opening night will be Thursday, February 27 between 2:00PM - 6:00PM. The exhibit will be held for 6 days. Mark your calendars.

October 8, 2018

      Maurice Predergast's Boston sketchbook watercolor.

              Kim Weissenborn's completed demo.

October 7, 2018

                   Winslow Homer's "Breaking Storm".

                Kim Weissenborn's completed demo.

October 6, 2018

                             Winslow Homer's "Bermuda"

              Kim Weissenborn's completed demo.

October 6, 2018

                        Winslow Homer 's "Noreaster".

                    Kim Weissenborn's Completed Demo

October 6, 2018

Paint on Partially Wet Paper

  1. Start by wetting the paper randomly.

  2. Using objects around the house begin painting lightly making an impression or the object. Let the paint go outside the lines. Don't push the paint around, let the paint do what it want. 

  3. Let it dry completely.

  4. Finish the object without covering all the underpainting (the original application). 

These are some examples from students in my class.

October 1, 2018

Use Your Non Dominant Hand

Wanting to paint more loosely? Try painting with your non dominant hand for a day. This way you won't stay in the lines and you will have more expression to your line. 

Here are some things to try:

Spice cans

Kitchen utensils

Things in your purse




Compose with pencil one of your favorite items

Draw with your dominant hand

Find your color scheme

When ready to paint, paint with non dominant hand and a large brush you don't normally work with.

Do several paintings this way.

March 9, 2018

Gorgeous results from people with Alzheimer's.

 These are made from paper plates! I wanted to use what I had around the house. I was amazed at the results.


Paper plates, the cheap kind, 3 per participant

Staple gun

Dick Blick Liquid Watercolors



Water for rinsing

Black Construction Paper


Tacky Glue or Elmers


1. Precut big flower, medium flower, small flower and two leaves except for the smallest center flower.

2. Hand out paper plate with small flower and have them paint it in pinks and reds and purples.

3.Hand out biggest flower shape next and have them paint it with pinks and reds.

4. Hand out middle flower next and have them paint it in oranges and yellows.

4. On biggest flower, staple two petals together to make the flower close slightly.

5. On middle flower, staple two petals together to get the same effect as first.

6. On the smallest flower staple two petals together to continue the raised effect. 

7. Staple all three flowers together through center. 


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