The texture on these is really wonderful. I like the last one the best. I like this size, but I really like the small ones hung in a group together!!
These are amazing! The last ones too! You got me curious and wanting to try them now. Where did you learn the technique?
I absolutely love the first one. I can't tell you why though... it's just fabulous color and texture. Very natural and soft and blendy... Keep going woman! You'll have a gallery showing soon!
Hi Sox...I read your post about the Wabi Sabi paintings at A.R.T. I have been a member of A.R.T for many, many years but have not been vocal online for quite awhile as I was taking classes in Digital Art. I had done almost all the classes that A.R.T. had offered prior to that and am proud to hold an achievement plaque, in recognition, which was presented by A.R.T. What an honor that was. I hope to get to know you better and must say your art work is totally awesome. Your art pieces are beautifully created and indeed an inspiration. I am also Canadian. Although my family were at the West Coast, I live in Manitoba, the province of my birth. My husband works for the Manitoba government. It is always great to meet and know anther Canadian...yes, I guess in some respects I am biased (smile). I have joined your followers list and I would love to have you join me on my followers list as well. Kind regards, Hugs, Gayle.
The paintings are amazing
I really like the first one. I like the feeling of a sunset at the ocean in it.
They are truly beautiful, Sox. I love the first one, but all of them are so rich with color and texture. So, you mix the alcohol into the gel medium before you put it on the substrate? nancy
Love the first one with the distant horizon.
wow these are super duper Sox....you have an abundance of creativity.
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