Here is one of my newest acrylic paintings! I’m excited to get back to painting again. I hope to do many more paintings in the near future.
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared anything on my blog. Lately I’ve been quite busy being a mommy but I found a little time this last week to do some painting. Here’s an acrylic ocean that I did. Let me … Continue reading
The Thanksgiving Art Project
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by my blog today.
The Thanksgiving Art Project is a project that I created to raise money for a charity fighting Ebola. Please click on the link in the bar above or the one here to read more. I have over 40 paintings for sale on my Etsy for those of you who’d like to participate. The above painting is one of the pieces for sale.
I have recently started crafting Minecraft weapons. Here’s a lovely, hand-painted one that’s for sale on Etsy! https://www.etsy.com/listing/167840356/minecraft-11inch-diamond-sword
One of my painting sold today on my Etsy site. :) I’m always glad to see my paintings get new homes!
A beautiful impressionistic painting of Tokyo.
Hello WordPress friends! As most of you know I have an Etsy store where I sell paintings. Here are some of the paintings that are available now. Check out my store if you are interested in having some original art in your home.
Here’s a link to my new portfolio.
I’ve been learning in my art history class about the Baroque painters. Apparently they started using less detail, more color, and focused on where the light hit the objects. I realized that that is how I paint. So, like Rembrandt I decided to start painting a series of self portraits. Here’s the progress that I’ve made so far.
I didn’t do a pencil sketch before hand. I just pulled out a mirror and started throwing paint on the canvas. This method seems most natural to me.
I’m starting to add shape to the face with shadows.
I amazed myself when I added the tiny line of white on the bottom of the chin. That reflective light really made the chin stand out and let it remain round looking. :)
More details. My hair is a difficult color to paint. It’s called “red” but in practice it is brown, yellow, white, blue (yes, there’s blue) and a pinch of red. Honestly I think there is more red paint in my cheeks than my hair at this point.
The eyes. Some painters believe that the hands are the widow to the soul, but I’m more traditional, I think that it is the eyes that show you the person’s soul. (And, yes, my nose does have a weird crooked, polygon plane on the bridge).
Well, that’s all for now. I can’t paint the dress until I have several uninterrupted hours because the folds of the fabric will change if I move too much, and that won’t look good. :)