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Bruised Reed 2

Art Title: Reed II Art by: Faith Magdalene Austin Medium: black ink, acrylic paint, light card stock paper 4 x 7 , signed, mounted, raw unsealed. Details: Blue, yellow, orange, headdress, large eyes, strikes of paint, finger paint, complex simplicity. Please see sidebar for purchase options in my Etsy shop. Faith

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I might have been torn to pieces

To the extent that I managed to translate the emotions into images– that is to say, to find the images which were concealed in the emotions– I was inwardly calmed and reassured. Had I left those images hidden in the emotions, I might have been torn to pieces by them. There is a chance that […]

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Nala Original Art

Art Title: Nala Art by: Faith Magdalene Austin Medium: Acrylic, ink, acrylic seal 11 x 14 Artist Board I knew when I began this painting that I wanted a young girl to sit on the water’s edge with koi coming to meet her. I wanted a lot of texture with small details. To increase texture […]

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On the Rise

I’ve attempted to name this piece of art but I’m having difficulties. I see a main figure, a powerful leader with her hands out stretched giving encouragement, strength, maybe even reassurance. Every figure looks to her or is linked to her in some way. They look up, reach up and stretch far to hold her […]

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What the Heart Wants

She stands 6.5 inches tall and is 4 inches wide on heavy weight paper. In order to create your painting I first used crayola crayons then began to smooth the colors together with my fingers. I etched with my fingers then used crayola markers. Water was used to move the marker around creating an etched […]

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Intense. Unleashed. Fearless

“Drawing is not an exercise of particular dexterity, but above all a means of expressing intimate feelings and moods.” (Henri Matisse) I feel in color. I no longer see this as a disadvantage since most process everything in black and white. I paint as if it means my life. By the last stroke I am […]