Title Realm 1 Source Acrylic on acrylic paper Measurements 18 x 24 inches http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Realm-1/555803/2369997/view
Accident of Color," is an acrylic painting on gallery wrapped canvas that measures 20 " x 24 " x 3/4 ". It incorporates both drip and brush stroke. I went away from painting for a while and this was my first after my hiatus. https://www.etsy.com/listing/204590933/abstract-art-accident-of-color-canvas?ref=shop_home_feat_4 Thank you for viewing
This colorful painting is titled " Rainbow Rain drops." it is a water soluble oil painting on heavy weight acrylic paper.signed dated and varnished.https://www.etsy.com/listing/219222111/abstract-art?ref=shop_home_active_6thank you for viewing
''Mastering sunsets project''workshop Richard Robinson Comments and critiques are always welcome Happy painting to everyone!
Winter, the merry season, is approaching with its white robe and I thought to add this joyful painting to my ''snowy series''. Comments and critiques are always welcome A wonderful Sunday to everyone!
24×30 acrylic on canvas. My granddaughter finishing a color run.
by mahsa rajabi
18×24 Abstract Acrylic. Colorful abstract of a twisted and gnarled stump found on a walk. $200
“Monarch” ink 9.5” x 13.5” (framed dimensions) A friend suggested the name for this piece because it reminded her of the butterfly. I cut the squares first and then applied ink to each one individually. Because the pieces are cut by hand, they are not perfectly square but most people think that adds to the…
“Milestones” colored pencil 14” x 18” (framed dimensions) Art is a never-ending process of experimentation. I could not be content with just one medium. Being limited to a certain style or repeating the same subject would feel like such a rut. “Milestones” was a new concept for me and I enjoyed creating it but have…
“To The Nines” ink 22” x 22” (framed dimensions) This is the largest ink piece I have created and I think it is one of the most beautiful. The colors are so big and vibrant that you can’t help but notice it. What one person sees can be (and usually is) 180° out from what…