Thursday, August 25, 2011
More Owl ART!
Apparently, i'm a wee bit obsessed. I have many many other things to be painted- but if I dont lock my watercolors up in another room I wont go 20 minutes with out painting a freakin' OWL!
To see more, please check the ESTY site. Thank you!
Monday, August 22, 2011
I have recently re-discovered watercolor paints. I bought a cheep set awhile back and have been meaning to get back into them. Last night I decided to see how well they would do on blank card stock packaged for card making.
holy-moly! Once I started painting these critters I couldn't stop. I smattered watercolors on everything within reach of my desk. The two paintings above the text are normal sized (9x12inches) and everything below this text is a greeting card or in process of becoming one.
I hope you are enjoying this little owl mania I've been going through. Feel free to check ETSY for even more Owl art of mine.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Just this weekend Ive started several Sugar Skull projects.
A few Sharpie Doodles....
a few of the in progress Oil Paintings...
Im excited to work on these and I will post more as they finish. As for the Doodles, If you would like to see more, or have one of them in your home- please check my ETSY site.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Im not sure how I got started creating our feathered Nocturnal Friends, but its almost as if I cant stop. Here are a few of my recent owls, plus an owl painting in progress, and a few really awesome postcard prints of my work (concerning owls.)
I enjoy making these, but I wish I could do a better job steering my obsessions. I keep meaning to go on a Kangaroo and a Neal Patrick Harris painting spree... sadly neither of those have come to light (yet.)
Monday, August 1, 2011
Here are a few faces of some of my current work. Most of these paintings are at least half way finished. After so many paintings of animals in profile, I thought it would be nice to make a post where every subject has 2 eyes.
I gotta tell ya, all this Lincoln Painting has me yearning to re-read "Abraham Lincoln the Vampire Slayer,"which I totally recommend, by the by. I can imagine many more mono-cromatic Lincolns after I rock that book again. Find books on Abraham Lincoln at Barnes & Noble, and possibly save with this code