Showing posts with label acrylic painting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label acrylic painting. Show all posts

Monday, January 29, 2018

African Mask

Recently I stopped at friend-artist's house, and saw very interesting made of dark brown wood African mask on a wall. I didn't copy it but instead painted impression of it at home by memory.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Driftwood and Sunset paintings.

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 While living in Juneau, Alaska I spotted this interesting driftwood tree on Douglas island and made a pencil sketch of it. And a couple of days ago I made a small painting (just discovered that Georgia O'Keefe's Blue II looks somewhat similar, but much bigger size. Nice to have some similarities with famous. LOL ). So here it is, Driftwood,  9x12 inches, acrylic on canvas panel:

Another painting I did yesterday also has Alaskan origin - Sunset in Juneau, Alaska. It looks almost tropical, so bright colors.
9x12 inches, painted on canvas panel with acrylic, varnished.

Alaska Glacier paintings

Friday, July 29, 2016

Abstract Red a vase.

It's so fun to paint abstract flower in abstract vases with bright colors.
Acrylic on 300 lb watercolor paper, mounted on stretched canvas.

Monday, June 6, 2016

Bouquet of flowers in a red vase. Floral study #8.

Floral study on 300lb watercolor paper and right now it's on an auction on Daily Paintworks:

I started doing these small paintings as a warm up exercise and color combination experiments.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Daily paintings. Colorful Butterflies.

After a "short" (in terms of eternity) time I am continuing my art blog.

My new painting routine is to produce small daily paintings. I often paint several at a time--like a warm up exercise--then give attention to those I like the most.

Also I am moving on to more non-traditional techniques, like painting with fingers, which  include scratching with fingernails, scraping with a palette knife, and/or using a new medium I recently discovered: water soluble crayons.  You can dip them in water and draw on canvas or paper; like watercolor pencils. 

After visiting the butterfly garden at the Seattle Center, I was inspired to paint butterflies.  I never had painted them before... I don't know why.  I love butterflies! And dragonflies!!!... By the way. (Mental note to myself - will paint them someday).

 I didn't try to do any particular kind of butterfly, although I used some photos taken in the garden for reference.

Here is the first group----


Butterfly Blues


                                                    Few more - smaller sizes 6x6 inches:

  Well Red Butterfly:

Happy Landing:

Eye On Yew:


Butter Sky-Diving:

I would be delighted to know what do you think about my new way of painting.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Painting. Nebula.

 6x6 acrylic


Nebula, one of my favorite blue space painting, painted with acrylic on stretched canvas, with painted sides. Available for sale on Daily Paintworks, now it listed on Auction.
Here are views of the painting from 2 sides: