Classic color scheme, never goes out of style. 1st
photo of the whole piece, remainder are detail photos. Mixed media, acrylic & ink. 65" x 47" with an ample border for stretching. Signed, sealed and varnished. This
artwork comes unmounted, rolled in a tube due to its size to avoid
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I have another 8 paintings working. I just gave up and do whatever moves me. I am sure there are ways to be more efficient. I usually don't post partially done paintings because I don't want people to see my unconventional way of painting, since I'm self taught. I probably do it all wrong, ha!
But, here are five of them, none finished:
The dog is Finny! He moves fast unless he's trying to figure something out at which time he stops abruptly and cocks his head to the side. Soooo cute! My favorite part of his face is his little muzzle, so I kept out his bat ears and go the rest of his face in.
Anyway, I will finish each and post the rest of the week. Thanks for being interested in my art, thank you for your kind comments. :)
I reverted to my old ways by slopping on the paint as if it were peanut butter. Not good. Had to start over but not after I wasted 3 hours going in the wrong direction Arg. Anywho-it came out alright in the end.
My daughter set this one up for me, she is a believer in peanut butter. I say-more jelly! So this sloppy sandwich had a lot of both. Hee hee. AUCTION
6"X8" canvas board.
Really not a great photo of it. Looks much better than this.
He's so sweet and we're soooooooooo happy! He came home with the name Finn, and has nicknames already...Baby Finster, (Pronounced Finsta), Huckleberry, Poo Bear, Finn Finn, My widdew Man. Just to name a few, we'll see what sticks.
I am consoling myself by painting frenchies since the puppy I desire has eluded me thus far. But we will find each other! This photograph was used by permission from Canoozle Pets, thank you! 6"x6" acrylic on masonite AUCTION
Peanut Butter and Jelly
My first painting of 2014. (Shame it's already halfway through January!) I lost count to how many PB&Js I painted, and still can't get a good photo. Ha! I used my Ipad Air's camera indoors. So, what did I expect?
I made this pb&j, put lots of jelly on it, and then I flipped it this way and that to see what angle I liked and it really did ooze out just like that. Made a mess. All for a good cause!