acrylic paint on canvas. all with a brush, freehand, although i did of course draw the circle and rectangle.
you could always make very small paintings :)
sometimes i paint small rocks and leave them in the woods or desert for people to find.
2005-06-14 01:31 pm (UTC)
... is amazing... maybe someday, if you do that sort of thing, after I buy my house, I would love to make a purchase from U! :)
2005-06-14 06:45 pm (UTC)
Re: That Chair...
i painted it for a local coffee house that gave out a bunch of them to artists to personalize. unfortunately, it is broken and gathering dust in my house right now. we could definitely work something out, though. let me know when you're ready :)
2005-06-15 01:35 pm (UTC)
Re: That Chair...
oh don't you worry... I will! :)
we are in the hellish house buying process right now..
Or paint the house itself. You should see his house! :)
Yeah! This made me smile! It's like the "farbel" is creeping out slowly! heheh!
i like doing these evolutions. it gives everyone a chance to see my method, and it gives me a record.
it's awesome to see the progression, and I am sure the record is great for you to look back on! :)
Whoa, some strange rectangular object is eclipsing the sun!
Which reminds me, R and I went to a fish store yesterday, and we saw a kind of small salt-water fish that's nearly an amphibian, using its fins to walk or glide across the bottom, and also able to kind of jump and dart as well as swim. Each one was beautiful, with colors and designs that reminded me of your art. Maybe I'll find an online picture and send it to you. I think they were bottom-feeding danios.
I think it's time to break out the heartworm medicine. That looks parasitic. Tapeworms, or something.
Are you sure this isn't your sub-conscious trying to get you to make babies?? lol
Very nice. I love the colors you're using now and will really be interested to see this one (as I have with the others) unfold.
Speaking of which . . . . actually being able to watch a work of art unfold like this is quite a gift. Typically we see the finished product and I really enjoy seeing how your paintings do evolve.
2005-06-14 06:46 pm (UTC)
thank you :) i'm moving slowly on this one, because it started out so precise, i want to make sure it doesn't lose that.