Showing posts with label fine art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fine art. Show all posts

Monday, September 25, 2017

Mixed Media painting over Acrylic Pour- Cultural Aura


8*10 wrapped canvas
Acrylic pouring is an exciting, unpredictable painting technique that doesn't involve brushes and can provide you with finished paintings or interesting backgrounds for additional techniques such as this one. Here is another revamped failed pour painting that after the addition of ink and watercolor it transformed it into something spectacular. Carefully places accents help to acentuate the.hair and weathered face of this individual.  I also tried really hard not to cover all of the beautiful background instead using the texture to my advantage. I LOVE this painting, it has everything I look for in a self-critic of my work, contrast, color, spontaneity, interest, lost and found edges. I hope this inspires you to try something new.

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Friday, February 17, 2017

Dependence

This painting was started by using a messy background that was accomplished by using inks, acrylics, heavy body gel medium and stencils for texture. You can see the texture of the gel medium being utilized in the fish and some raised letters and symbols hidden in the background. I used some drywall tape and randomly smooshed some medium into the holes and it worked to give me some texture and direction in the painting, I like this method of intuitive painting because it does not force the work, it just allows it to develop naturally.
When I was working on this I had to make a few adjustments as I went. The biggest challenge was connecting the human and fish form This is where I added the tongue with the fishing line - problem solved. For added interest, you can also find some charcoal pencil mark making and a fun foam fish stamp that I pulled from my collection.
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Sunday, March 6, 2011

ATC - Namibian Boy


SOLD
The little Namibian girl I painted up the other day looks like she needed a little company ;) so I would paint her up a friend. I just love this little guys expression of sucking in his bottom lip.
2.5 * 3.5 in
Watercolor on 140lb CP paper
$20.00 plus shipping



Sunday, February 20, 2011

Cherub and Daisies - Still Life Miniature Painting


SOLD


Hi everyone, Hope everyone is staying warm. I thought I would try and get this one in before the big Hockey game starts. For those who dont know it is the Heritage classic an outdoor professional NHL game between Calgary and Montreal. Only the second time being played in Canada! Well it is -30 celcius with the wind chill so it will be interesting to see who will be victorious without to many injuries. I dont even like hockey but it is part of my life since getting married so...i thought I would share my pain... ;) lol
Anyways Hope you like the new mini
2.75 * 2.75 inch on stretched canvas comes with a mini display easel
***SOLD**

Tammy