I have been experimenting with acrylic pouring, and it has been fun. Below is one method I tried. I call this painting “Connections”.
I decided to experiment with acrylic pouring; I know another artist who loves it, and so went online, saw a few videos, and decided to try my hand at it. This little painting is my first attempt: Because I love birds, of course, I had to paint one over the abstract background. I chose aContinue reading “Freedom Fight: First acrylic pour painting”
While I normally don’t work in abstract, today I did, to depict the coming revival using acrylic paints: The wave represents the outpouring of the Holy Spirit; the light and dark dots below are people who are beginning to experience this. The revival is coming soon to America. There will be healings, and people comingContinue reading “Revival Coming (acrylic painting)”
Yesterday, I was doing prophetic art with a friend, and tried to depict something I saw during prayer the other day. In my mind, I saw God’s throne, and thousands and thousands worshipping Him before His throne, both people and angels. It was wonderful; everyone was pouring out love to God, and He was singingContinue reading “Prophetic Art: Before God’s Throne”
I have been experimenting with going a bit looser and more abstract in some of my paintings. The other day, I saw the sun filtering through the trees in the woods, and decided to try to paint how the light affected me. This is one of my first attempts at abstracting somewhat what I see.Continue reading “In the Canopy: semi-abstract”
I am in the pursuit of color. That means that I am doing what is considered a basic study in art school: block studies. Because I want to learn impressionism (a la “Charles Hawthorne” method) I am following the suggestions in Lois Griffel’s book, “Painting the Impressionist Landscape”. So, I decided to do the sunnyContinue reading “Learning to Paint Impressionism: Sunny Day block study”
For Christmas, I gave out two gift certificates good for a painting of their choice to two friends. One, who is a birdwatcher like me, immediately said, “I want a painting of Loons” (which show up on her lake, they visit every fall and spring here in Michigan). The other said, “A moose!” (I’ll showContinue reading “Wild Loons (Christmas Present Painting)”
I decided to play with abstract art today. Below is my first abstract, I call it “Vellum.” I had fun playing with colors and textures. I am working on two wildlife pics, but they will take more time to complete. This is actually a landscape, I based it in part on an old landscape photoContinue reading “Abstract: Vellum”