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- “Crimson poppy”.Exploring Pebeo paints.Part 2. January 10, 2017
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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Mixed media acrylic painting.
The background for this page was gessoed, collaged, stamped and stencilled, then collaged over again with fibers,and recycled tea bags. Face is painted with acrylics. The quote for the page reads:” To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; … Continue reading
Two pages spread, mixed media acrylic painting. This piece is inspired by the Leonardo da Vinci quote: “Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else”. Left side closer: Right side closer: Related Images:
Today I actually will show you “before” and “after” images to demonstrate how I did “find” the face on the pre painted (with acrylics) background. The darkest spot on the left top corner looks like a Charlie Chaplin’s hat! I just … Continue reading
Original acrylic painting of local waterfall on cotton.
How about one scary face for a change? “Fear of clowns” (Coulrophobia) Art journal page: There are 5 more days of June left and 5 more faces to “find”. REMINDER! For the project of the Month I have a giveaway … Continue reading
This page really happened itself; I didn’t have to look for inspiration. I knew, it will be something with Zen theme. Background had some random colors of white, golden, black, blue, magenta, and some stamped images. The Buddha face was “found” … Continue reading
This Art Journal page is inspired by the quote “You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment”(Henry David Thoreau). Young children don’t think about past or future, they teach us how … Continue reading
Currently I am reading, exploring the history and culture on the local Native American tribes (Spokane, Nez Perce, and others). So many heart breaking stories! I wanted to have a page in my Art journal devoted to Native American wisdom. I … Continue reading
Today’s page is inspired by the quote and famous painting “Woman in a shawl ” ( Pablo Picasso). All visual layers are done with acrylic paint. Related Images: