Blue Skies and Sea: in acrylics

Time was a definite factor in this Impressionist Seascape in Acrylics. Yesterday’s post, Sea Sensations inspired me and I really couldn’t forego art altogether. I decided regardless of time issues,  I would paint Something! I didn’t get my oils out,  nor that massive roll of  lovely linen canvas. However, I did take a quick 10 minutes to… Continue reading Blue Skies and Sea: in acrylics

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Sea…. sensations

The Sea.  She keeps replaying in my mind. On a loop. The Sea sensations.  The textures, the sounds, the feel, the colors.  The mood. I guess, its a thing.  I’m artistically enamoured, if you will. It began with a little mini holiday. To the Sea.         My camera and the 1000 shots… Continue reading Sea…. sensations

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Oceans of Turquoise and Cobalt Teal

Seductive, addictive cobalt teal blue. A blend of turquoise and cobalt teal blue reach out in invitation. Preceding layers of acrylic paint are seen beneath the surface, creating an illusion of depth in the turquoise shallows. Making me feel like I could easily walk right into liquid bliss.   Ocean Waters of Cobalt Teal  … Continue reading Oceans of Turquoise and Cobalt Teal

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Acrylic Abstract Ocean Painting With Turquoise

Abstract painting fast and loose!  I was able to create this free,  colourful Abstract Ocean painting without a brush in just minutes!  Here’s how.   Materials For Acrylic Painting: Palette knife,  canvas with a coat of orange already on it and  4 colours. Limiting my palette to white, buff titanium, turquoise and prussian helps maintain… Continue reading Acrylic Abstract Ocean Painting With Turquoise

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Many Moods of the Sea

Art inspired by the many faces of the ocean – vibrant tropical coral reefs, tide pools, windswept sea surface and sailing-  these images convey just a few of the many moods that the sea has to offer. The Ocean, in all its diversity provides me a rich and unlimited source of creative inspiration.  In yesterday’s… Continue reading Many Moods of the Sea

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