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Strength on the Rocks

Hello lovlies, today’s painting is on two canvases in acrylic paint. This one has been in the works for the past couple of months, but it is just off the press today. I painted this one while listening to Rhiannon Giddens (she’s an amazing singer, btw. Go check her out). 

Heres another picture of the painting with a ruler to give you an idea of scale:

I am also thinking hard about the format I want this blog to take and how I want to get it there. If you have any suggestions or stuff you’d like to see, please, message me! Stay tuned for exciting things with that! And stay safe out there in this uncertain world. 

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Camping with Dust Motes

I used the  Grumbacher Thalo gold for the accents in this one, and I love how it turned out. This paint really catches the light. It almost looks like the sun beam is exploding against the ground in a flurry of sparks to me. Hopefully that person’s tent doesn’t catch fire!

Painting is a messy business. Somehow I always to seem to spread across the room in the process.

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Swinging on the Porch of Nature

Two lovely people sit on a swing under a cherry tree in full bloom. I love how the light in this one turned out. And while messing around with the photo editing options, I feel in love with the sepia. I almost wish I had painted that instead.

What do you think? Painting a or painting b?