Tuesday, March 17, 2009
I started this canvas with a canvas collage. I glued horizontal strips of the canvas to look like waves and bunched up strings from the canvas to look like the grasses the waves wash up on the beach. I fractured the composition using the lines from the palm leaves and the trees. I took alot of liberty with the colors - but that's what I love most about this style!
This painting measures 20 x 16" and is painted with acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
This painting was also completed last year. I did the preliminary a few times using other colors, like greens for spring and summer. But I liked the ochres and purples with the red foliage best. I collaged tissue paper under the tree trunks for texture.
Sunday, March 1, 2009
This painting was completed last year in a class I took with Ophelia Chambliss.
The paper copy shows how I worked out the composition and color. I was going to add a shadow of a Kopeki figure, but it seemed to be too much. So I settled for dancing lizards - I carved the rubber stamp myself!
page 65, the PROVERBIAL art Journal. Pen and ink sketch, drawn specifically for this book.
WAITING FOR OUR WINGS Back to the winged critters and the challenging composition. I was given excellent advice - my compo...
The kids at the Library should enjoy this painting. I did use layers of glazes in the sky and the clouds. I don't usually use gla...