the one on the right had the oil pastel
dripping in the layers
flipped the right one over, more dripping
this one will have a bear going after the honeycomb.
I love the colors and textures going on here!
this one will be twin bears
I'm pretty excited with how they are coming along, so far. that's what happens when you drop the perfectionism and just go for it! the one with the honey will not be for sale except for prints and merchandise in the shop. I dont want to risk cracking and peeling of the paint layers after the piece is sold to a collector.
these are painted on 8"x10" canvas panels, instead of the stretched canvas I normally paint on. I may start painting on these panels for a while, to make my paintings less expensive for collectors. the panels are less expensive for me to buy, they are easier for me to package and ship out, so that equals savings to the collector! I am also thinking about getting a collection of paintings together to bring to bates crafters gallery in orange, massachusetts, for them to sell for me. I think some of my minis with easels would be welcome there, as well as some larger paintings on panels. these sizes should sell better around here. I might add one or two of the larger stretched canvas paintings, but leave most of the big ticket items for another venue.
Looking good already.ReplyDelete
thanks, sandy. I'm itching to get back to them, but I think I want to scan these right now for the shop, cause I like them as is, too. I can see totes or a neat pillow from them!Delete
I do too.Delete