Along with finishing our stairs and preparing to build 3 large window frames this weekend for my triptych (pictures for both projects coming soon), I have been working on this girl... I have so many ideas I only wish my hands could work faster.
I must be really anxious for spring. More details can be found in the Etsy listing.
Excited to have finished this painting earlier in the week...
and also this one!
Recently completed, 36" x 48" acrylic on stretched canvas includes hand cut letters with inspiring sentiment.
It felt so good working on these recently. The finished pieces feel so positive, colorful and uplifting. I had previously painted canvas sheets red, medium pink, and light pink and cut out the shapes. Laying the shapes on a new canvas in different patterns (see below) proved tiring. Although the patterns were nice it didn't feel right. So, with the shapes put aside, I pulled them out to use as the wings in these paintings. Now it feels right.
I have come to love and admire the works of Sally Trace and Destiny Womack. I even went as far as emailing them separately to see if I could learn their technique. Their response to that email was a good lesson in itself. Artists have their own techniques, ways of mixing mediums, unique processes, etc., that it would have been impossible for them to explain how to recreate their "look". That wouldn't be fair to them either unless they were teaching a class. So, I was left on my own. I still have no idea how they create their paintings but I do know I have found my own way, and I might add it was by a happy accident.
I have recently been incorporating graphic design into mixed media pieces. The composition is drawn on the computer and then translated onto the piece of wood with paint, paper and inks. I really like the way these are coming out. This is "Beauty Beneath the Layers". I love anything aged, vintage and layered so these are a perfect way to reflect what could be my style.
I just finished this recently. This is my absolute favorite flower - the gerbera daisy - in all colors! red gerbera | original acrylic on stretched canvas | size 36" x 24"
This is another painting I recently worked on, "petite vase". I have to do my painting in the evenings and on weekends since I'm busy with 3 children and work part time during the week. I would love to be able to do it full time someday. When you love to do something so much you just find time to do it.
Have a great weekend!
Further details can be found here or here.
I was busy this past weekend. This acrylic is called "blooming tree".
More info can be found here and here on this piece.
. . . artist and designer,
. . . wife and mom
My ultimate goal is to show my kids to find their passion and make it their life work.
Here I post my current paintings, stationery, pattern and graphic design projects along with inspiring images that spark my creativity.
I hope throughout my site YOU are inspired, even in some small way, to bring creativity into your own life. For me, sometimes it proves to be my only sanity!
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early select paintings
liberty of london
how about orange
oh, hello friend
plenty of colour
oh happy day
orange you lucky
share some candy
making it lovely
j press designs
cupcakes and cashmere
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