April 27, 2021
Over the weekend I tried REALLY hard to do a successful acrylic pour on canvas. I tried over and over and wasted half the day (and loads of paint). While 100% on the verge of giving up I tried one more time:
Out of the unholy mess I made came something I actually like!
I think it looks a little bit like a lake from above.
November 1, 2020
It’s still early days but I’m starting to get the hang of it. For this I used paint, water, Liquitex pouring medium, and WD40. (That stuff is AMAZING for creating cells.)
April 8, 2020
https://ift.tt/2XlmQYm via /r/ArtHistory https://ift.tt/34kBIaM Three Man with a Woman Holding a Cat, 16th century – by Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo — Making Histolines
My god, those expressions are MAGNIFICENT and should become a meme immediately.
March 30, 2020
https://ift.tt/2UrHwMh via /r/wallpapers https://ift.tt/2JnaVB7 Starry Night Over Chicago [1920×1080] — My Curated Reddit
This seems quite appropriate to reblog today.
March 28, 2020
These are absolutely fascinating to me.
Toes in a Very Different Sand
“The Edge of Doom: The Tempest, Act IV, Scene 1, lines 151-156.” 1836-1838. American. Oil on canvas. Signed “S. Colman 1836” and “S. Colman 1838” on the bottom right. Collection of the Brooklyn Museum. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brooklyn_Museum_-_The_Edge_of_Doom_-_Samuel_Colman.jpg
“A Romantic Landscape with the Arrival of the Queen of Sheba.” ca. 1830. Oil on canvas. Photo credit and image © Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/a-romantic-landscape-with-the-arrival-of-the-queen-of-sheba-188364
“The Destruction of the Temple.” ca. 1830-1840. In the public domain due to age. via http://art-now-and-then.blogspot.com/2013/11/samuel-colman-of-bristol.html
“The Delivery of Israel out of Egypt.” ca. 1830. In the public domain due to age. via http://art-now-and-then.blogspot.com/2013/11/samuel-colman-of-bristol.html View original post