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Acrylic on canvas. 14" x 18". Small painting I did a while back.
Took this shot using an iPhone!!
A comission art of my hamster trio I asked for, made by "Chiikaboom" on youtube.
9" x 12"
Though today is overcast, gray and foggy, the warm weather, blossoming trees, shrubs and flowers are propelling me, albeit reluctantly, toward spring. I have to admit that my body longs for the winter rest it never got, but spring just won't wait.
It's been a wet week and so I've played a bit with a wet into wet approach for this painting. It's done partly from imagination and partly from remembered walks along the Eno River. I've kept it soft and dreamy - as my memory of it ....
It's been a busy week preparing for new garden plots, meetings and greenhouse activities. Somehow the forward momentum of seasons and obligations does not slow .... and the march of the flowers is well underway.
I think I'll linger in the pansies a while longer .... and take a little more time to inhale ...
Oh how it feels to be wild and free :)
This image was taken to celebrate creativity and expression. As an artist, it can be extremely challenging to find direction amongst the swift currents in life, yet I'm always filled with an excitement to just create. I wanted to express that explosive passion to spread light, joy and color in the world, and to encourage people to embrace the art of living celebratory lives, always sharing and creating to make the world a better place.
Please give me your honest opinion about this shot, I wasn’t sure about posting it because it didn’t turn out exactly as I was thinking, but I like how its kind of different! Shot this in Detroit with the model and our friend Josh, who I greatly appreciate helping! It was about 20 degrees so mad props to Ashley for braving it! Especially because of all the work that went into this shot I had to post it!
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Glitter forte azul Hits + Impala cromo prata + placona SdP I Dashica Beauty
Charcoal on canson.
Drawing heads and more heads and then more heads I took a break yesterday for some studies of hands. I was also spending some time listening to Hiram Bullock who died the other day and this memorial surf lead me to spend some time with Jaco Pastorius and his adventures in sound and insanity. So I was sort of sad, but also in the thrall of some amazing sounds and sweating and scanning till the we hours.
Inspired by this instructional video youtu.be/2hnNcocheDo
and the artist Yvonne Coomer, whom I didn't hear of until this video.
acrylic on F50 canvas.. shohei hanazaki's web page www.shoheih.com/