Friday, February 6, 2015
Dogs, Rodents and Tulips, PPF
Playing with Paint
9x12 Watercolor on Yupo Paper, loose style, with lots of drippy wet paint. If you haven't tried painting on yupo, it will be an experience to loosen up and let the paint do the work. I like yupo when I feel like playing. It reminds me of fingerpaints. But be careful not to touch the paper because the oils from your hands will prevent the paint from sticking. You can see where I held the paper on the lower left side, my thumb print is there. But I usually leave things like that because somehow it feels like a happy accident.
ACEO sketch card, Field Mouse with Flower, a little 2.5 x 3.5 inch painting done in watercolor with a little bit of pen linerwork. He has a bid already. Just a little sketch card for the mouse collectors.
English Springer Spaniel 5x7 mixed media on 140# cold press
painted three times from different photos but one dog. I think this one is sold.
5x7 Same dog, watercolor on 140# cold press paper
and the same dog below,
8x10 Watercolor and Higgins White Ink on 140# hot press paper
Another Nibblefest Art Contest (NFAC) started today on Ebay. Theme this month: The Cat's Meow These are my entries in MAY ...
The Process Watch the Cabochon How to by Deliberately Creative on Youtube.com for more info. She used acrylic skins left over from pou...
I really like this fun method of playing with paint. I have a bunch of tube paints left over from when I taught classes at Michaels a couple...
Nibblefest Art Contest started today on Ebay. ACEO refers to the size - 2½” x 3½” - also called an ATC or artist’s trading card. The ph...