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Friday, September 1, 2017

Lots and Lots of Art PPF

Acrylic Pouring, Illustrations, Paintings, ACEOs and more

Sometimes I am amazed when I try to post some of the things I have done in a week, but if it were not for PPF I would probably just forget how much I have accomplished lately.  Every Friday I post the week's work and I feel so blessed that I have the time and energy to do art. If you want to see more of my art for sale, check out my Ebay Store or my DPW gallery.

This is a 6x6 Edge canvas that started out as a dull pink pour and then I decided to add the greens and blues with negative painting to carve out the roses the I saw in the paint. Fun. 

An ACEO illustration done for a DPW challenge to paint upside down. Hmmm.

One of my entries in this month's ACEO EBAY TW Challenge on Facebook. 
Theme is Fall leaves, changing of seasons, etc.

This is an ACEO done on Masonite with colors that reminded me of Pansies.

NFAC this month had a Fox theme. Here is my entry. ACEO Sold.

I saw this Goldfish in this ACEO acrylic pour dip and could not resist outlining him!  LOL.

Pinks and Purples, ACEO acrylic pour/dip.



Two of my favorite 5x7 acrylic pours on Yupo, matted to 8x10.

Well, these are my favorites also, and I am trying to sell them as a grouping of 3 because they do not want to be separated.  They are enlarged below. 5x7 matted to 8x10. 




Here is one of my 12x16 Ocean pours, and the ACEO below was made from the runoff.

12 comments:

  1. Fabulous! Love the colors and patterns in the pours. :)

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  2. wonderful art! the pours have such lovely colors and flow and look very nice framed. Happy PPF!

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  3. Wonderful art, I especially like the pours. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  4. Such beautiful use of color. And, the fox... I just love him.

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  5. Wow - love all of your projects! Those pours are amazing!

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  6. Oh I love pours on yupo. I see you are also using the silicone. Does it work on yupo?
    These are lovely and certainly reflect a productive week! Happy PPF

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    1. Hi, Susan, I sometimes use silicone and sometimes dimethicone since I am still experimenting with all the pouring medium and additives. I love it on Yupo.

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  7. It is just one of the things that is so special about PPF. Allowing us to actually see what we have created and to show it off. You have been very prolific this week with gorgeous art.

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  8. Thanks for all the lovely comments! It has been a very good week.

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  9. beautiful arts, that is fantastic!!!!
    happy sunday
    Elke

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  10. I love the fox !
    All the works are very great, wonderful colors
    Warm regards

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