Posts Tagged ‘art from the soul

16
Oct
19

Penelope Fish and Scarecrow .. uploaded and sold !

PENELOPE FISH …. and SCARECROW

isn’t it wonderful… these two paintings i uploaded to my facebook page.. and they sold within two hours. i am so grateful and happy 🙂 what more can an artist want than this kind of reaction to her/his art? 🙂

penelope is painted on cardboard… scarecrow on heavy watercolour paper. both are mixed media… penelope has collage elements, plus acrylics, acrylic ink and india ink. scarecrow has some acrylics, watercolour pastels and inktense pencil and a touch of acrylic ink. both of them got a finish..  a kind of varnish that prevents smudging, fading of colours and damage by humidity … if any of you would like to connect on Facebook .. just click on this LINK please ..

have a great day !

24
Sep
19

second in my cardboardart series.. NIGHTNURSE

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NIGHTNURSE

so here is the second contribution to my cardboardart, titled NIGHTNURSE … two more backgrounds are in the works. These weird characters … where do they come from ? I encountered them on my latest journey and will talk more about them later. i had so many positive and wonderful encounters and experiences on this journey.. but of course, there is always a not so nice side to everything, and slowly this side is also showing itself, emerging from deep within my soul. which is good.. a relief.. part of the process of acceptance and integration. so it is important to me to be able to put these characters down on paper.. or rather, on cardboard. however, so far i noticed something: yes, the characters are weird.. perhaps a bit scary at first.. but actually.. they are not. nightnurse is watchful, alert, vigilant, hearing everything and seeing everything. she protects and comforts… so is she really nightmarish? no.. she isn’t… she is just different…

Why Cardboard? the sizes of the paintings will vary.. as i use used cardboard.. the edges might be slightly off.. frayed.. the sides might be a bit crooked because they are cut-outs.. they can be tiny and they can be large. the main thing is.. they are used.. there is energy in them.. they are not pristine like watercolour paper that hasn’t been used before.. is clean and proper, almost virginal ..  this material has been in different hands, used, with a purpose, like a skin it is protecting the “insides” .. the goods.. the wares.. that is why i feel i can paint on this material.. it feels liberating, encouraging me to just “let go”.

11
Sep
19

a series within a series – Brain Surgeon

finished preview for wp an insta

Brain Surgeon

This is probably a start into a new series within my cardboardart, which in itself is a new series.  … a set of weird characters … this is the first one, titled Brain Surgeon … two more backgrounds are in the works. These weird characters … where do they come from ? I encountered them on my latest journey and will talk more about them later. i had so many positive and wonderful encounters and experiences on this journey.. but of course, there is always a not so nice side to everything, and slowly this side is also showing itself, emerging from deep within my soul. which is good.. a relief.. part of the process of acceptance and integration. so it is important to me to be able to put these characters down on paper.. or rather, on cardboard. Why Cardboard? the sizes of the paintings will vary.. as i use used cardboard.. the edges might be slightly off.. frayed.. the sides might be a bit crooked because they are cut-outs.. they can be tiny and they can be large. the main thing is.. they are used.. there is energy in them.. they are not pristine like watercolour paper that hasn’t been used before.. is clean and proper, almost virginal .. but this material has been in different hands, used, with a purpose, like a skin it is protecting the “insides” .. the goods.. the wares.. that is why i feel i can paint on this material.. it feels liberating, encouraging me to just “let go”.

22
Mar
19

The Observer – mixed media on heavy watercolour paper

 

THE OBSERVER
mixed media with collage elements on heavy watercolour paper
14.8 x 21 cm – 5.8in x 8.26in
original for sale.. prints available
for more info please contact me

all my art is sold UNFRAMED …

06
Mar
19

A Story Waiting to be Told – mixed media

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A Story Waiting to be Told

mixed media on heavy watercolour paper
20 x 20 cm – 7.87″ x 7.98″
original for sale… prints available. please contact me for more info.

everybody has a story to tell………

 

16
Feb
19

Something about Spring

Something about Spring
mixed media on heavy watercolour paper
20 x 20 cm – 7.8 x 7.8 in.
original for sale
for more info contact me please
02
Feb
19

so grateful … Go with the Flow 3

finished

 

Go with the Flow 3

 i am totally thrilled and happy to announce that this painting has already found a new home. next week it will be on its way to cape cod, usa ! thank you so much to the buyer.. i am grateful, thrilled and delighted ! it is amazing and i am full of gratitude, as this painting was bought before it was finished… i uploaded a WIP to my facebook page and and within a short time i was contacted by the buyer. wow! 


sorry about the poor quality of the photo.. the light conditions were not optimal today and i had to use artificial light. as the painting has a gloss finish, all the photos i took just never turned out nicely.. this was the best of all… so my apologizes for that. i will continue to add more paintings to this series… however if you wish to have a personalized energy painting, just for you, a relative or friend.. or even a room.. building or.. whatever.. just contact me for more info. 




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