Sold on 12/29/10 . Pull to Pieces is a small oil painting (5 x 7) created with the aide of a toothpick. One of the fun things about this painting is that it is painted whole and strong at the top but it begins to crack and mute towards the bottom.
This painting is from a dream I had yesterday evening. A man and I argued about how I’m the one who put a bolder in front of me and I’m the one who needs to move it. There’s a hint of the man up in the corner standing over two small figures. watercolor on white […]
. .Focus and grow against all odds. These two pieces from my art therapy sketchbook shown two figures with a central eye directing them through life. Both have one large flower included in the painting and a very still background. “Version Two” shows much more activity with the sun on her shoulder and pools of water […]
They’re made of acrylic oil and saw dust on square wooden boxes. The “hiders” can also be arranged on the wall vertically or diagonally, matching edges as you want. I like to make large earth like wall collages out of them by matching up the browns to look like an island and the blues to […]
I purchased polymer clay for $1.79 and liquid adobe clay for 90 cents. I then formed the clay, baked it for 20 min at 250 degrees, let it dry, painted it, sealed it and added hooks. These quarter size pearls were created specifically to match the three paintings I called Three Oceans which are shown […]
A mix of Prussian blue, titanium white, sap green and yellow ochre meet peacefully to create an abstract ocean view. Ocean Four is the last of it’s series and is painted on an unused fabric softener sheet to create an original pattern which compliments the earth tones. Please see my Etsy shop for pricing details. […]
I had no idea I could use a basic crayola marker this way. All I did was draw a little of the picture then brush over it with a wet brush. Some of them I really liked but others I wish I’d done a few things differently. . . . . Copyright 2009-2010 @ Sundrip […]