Showing posts with label abstract. Show all posts
Showing posts with label abstract. Show all posts

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Abstract Containers

This still life painting was done last year when I was “into” still life paintings. This art is semi-abstract, no lines are super straight and background containers appear thru foreground containers. The use of a variety of colors also help give bottles their shapes. Ink and watercolor.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Fantasy Forest

This abstract experiment turned into something I feel represents a forest of sorts. I used lots of colors and played with a little wet-in-wet along with some dry brush strokes. As I got into the painting, the more it looked like trees, branches and trunks. Enjoy my fantasy forest. Watercolor.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Abstract Farm

This splash of color and ink is titled like it is because it was intended to be an abstract farm. Many times my paintings start out as something realistic, then become so bad I need to make an abstract out of it to save it. Not the case here. Ink and watercolor.

Monday, April 05, 2010

An Abstract Village

Sometimes I go abstract. This is one of those times. I used mask out materials which included tape, paper reinforcements and other odds and ends. Hopefully, you can see the items that make up my village image. Ink and watercolor.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Crayon Beach Abstract

Would you believe this is a beach scene? Well, it is only when you look closely at some of the objects.

I used a "resist" approach on this painting. The lines of a crayon kept the watercolors away.This abstract scene developed as we explored where watercolors will not go during a class study session. Some times it's just nice to play and try something different. Ink, watercolor, crayola crayon.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Flower Abstract

This abstract flower painting has interesting colors, whites and textures. I normally do not do abstracts but for some reason I just felt like doing something different. This original artwork was matted and framed and given to my niece Jackie and her husband Will for for their newly purchased home. GIFT


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