Sunday, June 21, 2020

Abstract Art

So, I actually started this post in December and never quite finished it. I've still been painting and crafting, but have failed to do any updating here. This afternoon while working on a sketch for Father's Day, I decided to finish up this post from months ago. I'm looking forward to seeing some of your artwork and have missed connecting with each of you online! Hope you and your families are doing well. :)

Since December, I've been working my way through various classes like the ones from the Art Bundle for Good, as well as watching great You Tube videos. I love learning new things from others! Last year, after watching Betty Krause create an amazing piece on You Tube, I was inspired to create my own abstract painting on a larger canvas. My canvas was one that had sat around a few years and I was just stuck on it. It was fun painting along with Betty on her video. I loved seeing her process and the various mediums she uses, from paint to colored pencils. The various mediums create interesting textures and a beautiful finished art piece.

Below are two close up views of the canvas: 







I am really happy with the final project and have plans to hang it above our fireplace. I just need to watch the final step in sealing my art, Betty's Varnishing Art on Paper Tutorial. I've never actually varnished or sprayed a final layer on any of my art projects. Mostly because I was too nervous that I would do something wrong and mess it up. I like the idea of doing some practice on paper pieces (which I have done recently and will share soon). Currently, I have sprayed this piece and just need to apply a liquid varnish and hang. I'm so excited to have something finished that can hang in my home. 

If this looks familiar, it's because I loved the colors so much that I made it my background wallpaper on the blog. :) :) 



Mixed Media Floral - Completed acrylic painting


Betty has a fantastic You Tube channel, Betty Krause Art,  I encourage you to check it out! She creates beautiful artwork which you can also view there or on her website. 

I hope each of you are doing well in your part of the world and staying healthy! Many blessings to you for a wonderful week and HAPPY PAINT PARTY FRIDAY!!







7 comments:

  1. Wow I love this. Abstract is my favorite and this is fabulous. I love all the colors.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Gorgeous abstact artwork ~ divine!

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

    ReplyDelete
  3. The principles in craftsmanship relies upon a craftsman's creative mind, how he conveys his fantasies forward, what shape he provides for them, and how he recreates the thought on to canvas with a brush dunked in paint. this store

    ReplyDelete
  4. There are numerous sites on the Internet that have a huge assortment of pictures available to be purchased. Some of them are from private craftsmen, while others are from celebrated specialists. Oil artworks would look incredible holding tight your divider.My Paint by numbers

    ReplyDelete
  5. It is basic to treat canvas and sheets with groundworks, prior to utilizing oil paints on them. Acrylic groundworks are supported in the business, as they dry quick and don't need any estimating underneath. epic paint by numbers

    ReplyDelete
  6. This implies that since you will be paying cash for the administrations, you ought to invest some energy exploring for the best craftsman. You can do this by taking a gander at an example of the works the craftsman has done previously.this page

    ReplyDelete
  7. It is difficult picking your specialty supplies. One of the fundamental issues is that there are such countless various alternatives out there. It additionally isn't simple picking paints. In the event that you've never painted, which one do you pick? trendy diamond painting

    ReplyDelete

Abstract Art

So, I actually started this post in December and never quite finished it. I've still been painting and crafting, but have failed to do a...