48 x 36. Heavy texture. Impasto texture on the tree blooms.
36 x 36 acrylic on canvas. Commissioned for a collector
I brought out the tree more. A whole lot more. Illuminated it.
It's not to late in the game, right? I just had yet another birthday, and part of a bucket list of getting over fears, I am learning to surf. I suck so far, but every time I'm getting better. My oldest daughter was shredding it, along side her dad. As anyone who has followed my art career, you've seen my surfboard/snowboard art. If you're interested in me creating a one of a kind art piece on your board (yes, it's fine to ride after resin coat-which I provide) hit me up and I'll give you a quote. My lovely husband surprised me with the Becker long board below, so I'm off to try it out.
Peace & Art
Early stage of a client's snowboard. I plan to add plenty of more elements.
These four pieces will be for in the Open themed group show at Gallery Expo on Atlantic Blvd. For the month of August. First Friday's Art Walk is August 3rd.
I was never satisfied with this painting. I decided to highlight the texture of the entire tree. The tree's texture was created using pallet knife and a mixture of acrylic stucco medium, acrylic glaze, and acrylic paint. I still have more detailing. My good camera took a dive so this was taken with my iPhone. Needless to say it's a little out of focus. Anyone know of any good camera deals?
Before resin coat. That will bring out the colors a bit more. Japanese inspired piece. The Miyazaki films are a great influence in my illustrations. I've also been studying Japanese modern art, tattoo, and film.
This piece is almost finished, just adding detail/highlights. It's paint pen/acrylic paint on gallery wrapped 24"x24"x1.5" canvas. Surround Jesus' face is heavy texture created with acrylic stucco medium. Then a lot of shading and layering.