Sunday, May 2, 2010

"Dreaming of Paris #2"

(Click on image to enlarge)
This is my second painting using the new techniques. I did an under painting first that you can see peeking through. This painting is Venetian plaster, acrylics and gouache and pen on board.
12"x 12". Let me know what you think, I love to hear from you. XOXO
P.S. I am having a sale on my ETSY shop just for my bloggers, see post (2) below for details, runs through tomorrow at midnight :-). Thank you Kate P. for your purchase today!


Unknown said...

What fun! When I first see it, I thought it looked like a cake hehe :) Happy week ahead Annie.

becky said...

Looks like you have been having fun today! I like the idea of under painting... something hidden but with a hint of what's underneath!

xxx said...

that is a beautiful dream...
i like it very much :)

Doris Sturm said...

I LOVE it! It's bright, colorful, happy, active - very entertaining for the eye!

Nice job!

Anonymous said...

It looks so happy like a circus! I like this new tangent for your art. It's good to have the partly revealed layers too.

Robin said...

Bright and festive - like a New Year's Eve Party! Love the multi-layers. Well done!


♥ Robin ♥

sukipoet said...

from the front,it looks like a fringed leather native american purse/satchel with a wild, contemporary flair. It like the layered look you make with the plaster.

Lubna said...

i can visualise you creating your favourite mountain with this medium.

soulbrush said...

looks like a happy birthday cake, fun and frothy and just wonderful, it gets my vote friend.xx

Kate P said...

Wow! Exciting motion and colors. Made me think of the art classes who came in to do research in the library today. . . their one teacher said that they are going to "translate color into texture." Interesting!

kj said...

i don't believe a person could be depressed and create this joyful yipee art.

keep unfolding and dropping petals, annie!

love love

Annie said...

Thank you, everyone for your sweet and kind comments. Love you.

angela recada said...

I love this! I reminds me of a cake, too! I really like the swirls and circles, and the under-painting peeking through.
Sending you lots of love and hugs,