This is why I love abstract painting! You are free to go wherever your mind takes you. This unfinished painting sat untouched for months but once I got my new art space set up, I added layers upon layers, without a second thought. THAT, is abstract art. Not thinking, but creating.
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For this painting I experimented with glass paints. Since this was my first time trying these out, I only used a small amount. The majority of the painting was created using my go to paints – acrylics. Fire Eye measures 30″ x 40″ and is available for purchase at my Etsy Shop.
I’ll be honest, I struggled with this painting for quite some time. It had been sitting, unfinished for a few months when I finally came back to it. I ripped off the original layers only to add more layers and layers….about 5 to be exact! I’m pretty pleased with the outcome. The finished piece combines acrylics, oil pastels and vintage papers.
I love how when you’re creating abstract art your current mood and emotions flow effortlessly onto the canvas. This piece was created by layering acrylics, vintage papers and inks. Visually this abstract may seem chaotic but for me it’s about emotions and letting go. The original painting and digital download is available for purchase at my Etsy Shop .
Title: Trapped in Time
Size: 8″ x 10″
I was in the mood for pastels today. Layers of vintage book pages, the blending of soft pinks with bold blues and a touch of ink created this very dream-like, mixed-media painting. The original painting and high resolution digital download is available for purchase at my Etsy Shop.
Size: 8″x 10″
Materials: Acrylics, vintage paper and ink on stretched canvas.