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Monday, May 19, 2014


Not the cocktails with alcohol - sorry to disappoint - however we have a cocktail in another form. These two pieces are Mint Cocktail and Coral Cocktail. They are created digitally with so many layers - I think over 30 on each. Also - most of the layers have their opacity dropped off so that the pieces have a transparent feel and layers of white and then layers of the main colors over and over. 
Available as fine art prints here and here

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Numbers 54 & 55

Summer puts me in sun mode which means I am thinking of beaches - which easily moves to thinking about water and the colors blue and green. So while I was working on some larger paintings in blues and greens I used the leftover paint for numbers 54 & 55. 
I'm thinking that when I am done with this project I am going to put my favorite images in a Shutterfly Book. What do you think? 

Friday, May 9, 2014

things on water

I haven't created anything new in a few weeks. Well actually I was working on some small acrylic originals but nothing new for art prints...I simply wasn't inspired so I find it is best to step away and not expect to find inspiration when it's just not there.

It will come - it always does. 

Yesterday a simple idea popped into my head so I made these:
Falling On Water 1 & 2. 

These are not the end all be all...but perhaps just a beginning of a new series. 

Find them here as art  prints on Artist Rising, Society6 and Imagekind. 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Numbers 51 & 53

Here is a continuation of the dots. Only lines. Lines are nice - they go with dots. To be used at  a later date as a background. 

I just realized I'm behind by over 50 paintings. Oh my...this may be a Painting Every Other Day project. 

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Numbers 49, 50 & 52

I know what you are thinking. What's with the dots!! The purpose behind this set is twofold - one to work on this Painting/Drawing a Day Project and 2 - to create backgrounds to be used later in digital art. I scanned these at 600 dpi and plan to use them somewhere in later works as backgrounds  - probably haphazardly placed - maybe subtle - or not. 
These are watered down acrylics on Strathmore drawing paper.