This is a 12X12 canvas wrap, Acrylic Painting created with only a pallet knife. I used some gold leaf on it and then a high gloss finish. I recently gave a class to show how to let stress go via painting like this. The key is in the beginning not to think about what your painting just let the painting start out to be something on its own. This is really my most favorite type of painting style. Once you start seeing what the painting might turn out to be then go with it and make the adjustments needed. The Olivia Fire Dancer started out this way. Price $65.00 12X12 1 3/4 sides High Gloss glaze.
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Western North Carolina Gallery Guide
I’ve been featured in this Summer and again in the Fall 2010 issue of the Gallery Guide. Published by the Smoky Mountain News. in Waynesville, NC Not only is there an article in both seasons, but my painting “Olivia Native Fire Dancer” is the Summer’s Cover Painting.
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This is an abstract painting of a Native American Girl named “Enola”, The Visionary. I took a lot of time deciding her name after I painted it. The name Enola comes from Indian origin meaning alone and “Enola spelled backwards spells alone. Four out of Ten people don’t even see her in this abstract, which really surprises me, but I became a believer when it kept happening. If you do see her, imagine her Invisioning something, and/or viewing in the distance something we can’t see.
“Up-Rooted” This painting is a sunflower field that is in a wind storm and has up-rooted itself from the ground. The painting effect I’m aiming for is very old looking. Like the painting itself has weathered and has for many years. In our own lives we go through phases where sometimes we just don’t have any roots to keep us in one place. We’re just floating through life not caring where we land. We have not established our own roots. After a while we do settle down when we have our own family and our own children. By then we’ve weathered the storm more than once but begin to put down our own roots. This is what this painting represents to me the time in our lives when we are just Up-Rooted.