Portrait of Oksana

Portrait of Oksana – 11 x 14 inch mixed media portrait on Ampersand Gessobord I am at it again, happy to be throwing paint and paper around …with lots of color, script, stenciling…you name it, it’s here. And all that color! But still with all that going on around her, I feel that she holds…

La Plume Blanche

La Plume Blanche – 8 x 10 inch acrylic on Raymar professional art panel Loving the chance to play around with Rococo hair again! There are so many variations of pink in this portrait…she’s super feminine and ultra demure. Just look at her “la plume blanche”…now that was fun to paint! This portrait is now available…

Millicente In The Garden

Millicente In The Garden – 8 x 10 inch acrylic on Raymar Feather Lite art panel July has been a HUGE month of portrait painting. And I am loving the variety of faces that I am seeing. This painting was inspired by Alphonse Mucha and his beautifully decorative portraits. Millicente has a story to tell,…

Dreaming of Autumn

Dreaming of Autumn – 8 x 10 inch acrylic painting on Raymar Feather Lite Panel   Sometimes, I don’t plan out the colors I will use ahead of time. This particular painting session, I was using some new paints that I purchased, Maimeri Acrilico. The colors I had chosen, were a red oxide and olive…

She Loves Pink Daisies

She Loves Pink Daisies – 6 x 6 inch mixed media portrait on Ampersand gessobord   I am back at it, making fun little portraits with a graffiti inspired background. This one gave me quite a time of it, and she evolved quite a bit from the first day I started working on her. Some…

Waiting For Your Return

Waiting For Your Return – 11 x 14 inch acrylic on stretched canvas This is the second painting I started at the portrait workshop I attended earlier this month with Jeanne-Marie Webb, at Kara Bullock’s studio. I completely fell in love with this painting. She is inspired by the Renaissance portraits of the past, and…

Portrait of Lucia

Portrait of Lucia – 8 x 10 inch acrylic on Raymar Feather Lite panel I started this painting earlier this month, when I was at a fantastic class in Southern California, at Kara Bullock’s studio. It was being taught by an artist I knew only online. To be able to meet her in person, and…