Thursday, March 06, 2008

"The Angel's Kiss II"

This took the longest of all the recent paintings i have just uploaded...It actually was another painting I had done, and just disliked-and yes, it is even on my blog, and not long before these; It had rustic and lots of orange, and it's name was....have you guessed it yet? So, I painted two coats of Gesso and re-worked it, and I still don't quite, well, I am my rarely satisisfied.
however, color and tone wise, I am enjoying working greens and blues, and then copper and gold iridescent mixed in. Also , I have been experimenting with the glazing medium, which mixes which everything, if you use a clear, or "pearl" color.
This piece is on gallery wrapped, back-stapled, 30"x30" with 7/8" depth and doulbe wood reinforcements on the back of the canvas frame.
It is finished with a UV orotective gloss varnish. The COA (cerificate of athenticity) is from EBSQ. All purchases of my paintings come with this document. Purchasing info:

1 comment:

  1. Oh Julianne! This is really very beautiful! I love this color combination. While I am not sure it looks like an Angel's fist, I understand why you named it this. I think it looks more like an Angel's Song! :) But you know how I feel about your art! You have done a beautiful job with this piece! I can't wait to see what else you are working on!

    Keep Painting Sister!


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