Finding your own personal symbolism allows you to connect with viewers through objects you paint. John K. Harrell does this in his acrylic paintings.
Acrylic Painting: Look at the sky and hold the tears on a smile…
Acrylic Painting: 28×24 acrylic on panel. Matte varnish. Handmade crafted frame. Hanging wire. My very own trademark style.
Do you know how frustrating it is to love something but have so many holes in your body of knowledge of it? That’s me with mixing color.
Acrylic Painting: “Zacchaeus, come down quickly, that I must stay at your house today.”
Acrylic on Canvas. “The Nature” During my recent visit I caught some sites in my mind and imagine to illustrate on canvas. I included one more peaceful painting, which inspired by nature peace, that we all are seeking now a days. During making of this painting I was feeling the nature in very natural way.…
Acrylic Painting: Scrooges Candle with The Ghost of Xmas Future in the background.
Use Composition & Perspective to Change It Up No matter the venue, the accepted rule of thumb is that a painting should always be hung just above eye level. As a result, many artists create paintings with this point of view. That means perspective and composition become even more important if an artist wants to…
Acrylic Painting: Rainbow colors exploding from a flower in acrylic.
Acrylic Painting: Windows at See. Childhood smal.
Acrylic Painting: Batle Gerakl .
Acrylic on MDF board, 60x40cm (24x16in)