My latest painting is an 8 x 10 inch acrylic on stretched canvas.
I used Liquitex acrylic paints for this one. Still my favorite brand for acrylic paints!
I painted this miniature on July 11, 2017. This miniature was completed with Liquitex acrylic paints on black canvas panel. I’m very pleased with how it turned out!
Here’s a quick video of the painting process for this acrylic painting…
I am happy to report that 6 out of 7 of my dollhouse miniature paintings have been sold over the past 60 days! It’s time to replenish the supply. The following is an animated gif of my latest dollhouse miniature.
Field in Flower (1.0 x 1.5 inches; mixed media)
The bulk of the painting is watercolor with a few details completed in ink.
Desert Beauty (1 x 1.5 inches; mixed media)
This is my first completed painting in over a month. Sometimes, at least for me, a break is needed to “recharge the batteries.”
I am going to concentrate on creating a new line of miniature paintings that I plan to offer at my Etsy Shop. These dollhouse miniatures in 1/12 scale would be equivalent to 12 x 18 inches in real size. These are a lot of fun to paint!
Desert Beauty is mainly watercolor, with a few details in pen and ink.
This Art Card Editions & Original (ACEO) watercolor painting was created in 2011. The original resides in a private collection in France.
Hard to believe it’s been six years since I painted this art card. Feels like only yesterday .
Amber Waves (2.5 x 3.5 inches; watercolor )
I put together this gif to show the steps of how Aspen Way came together. This painting was donated to a local mental health support group where it was sold at auction. The original watercolor painting measures 12 x 16 inches.
Autumn Field (3 x 3 inches; oil)
Completed my last oil painting for an upcoming community festival.
Chestnut Falls (2 x 2 inches; oil)
I was able to complete this little painting yesterday morning. This makes three new paintings for my upcoming art fair. I’m on a roll!