100 Day Project

Ciego, the series

February 11, 2015

Here’s a sneak peak at my latest work. The series is called “Ciego”, which means blind in Spanish. Each piece is drawn in one continuous line, without peeking down at the paper! They’re all available for viewing at denisegamboa.com along with my other work.

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In search of meaning, one small step at a time

December 16, 2014

I read recently that “Danny Glover dedicates every performance to someone – it might be Nelson Mandela or the old man who guards the stage door – but he is always working for someone other than himself. This focus gives his acting purpose and makes his work rich.” Struggling to get through my own daily […]

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Self Portrait – 100 days of art (7 of 100)

July 23, 2014

I’ve had some trouble keeping up with my 100 Days of Art project (mostly due to time constraints) and have decided to convert it to 100 works of art instead. It’s going very slowly. I’ve got 97 projects left to go (!!). When I do make the time to paint, it makes a huge difference […]

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100 days of art (3 of 100)

June 21, 2014

Today’s painting was inspired by a nameplate a friend gave to me as a gift from Tanzania many years ago.

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100 days of art (2 of 100)

June 19, 2014

My succulents in watercolor. And also my first time, in nearly two decades, working with watercolors again. Fun fun fun!

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100 days of art (1 of 100)

June 18, 2014

I’ve recently been inspired by the #100DayProject trend that’s been sweeping the net (namely works by Elle Luna, Shitty Watercolor, Sketch Away and other folks on Instagram) and have decided to challenge myself to 100 days of art. It’s been hard getting started. I’ve stared at blank sketchbooks for weeks – paints unopened, pens untouched. Last night […]

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