Friday, 6 February 2015

The Mixed Media Girls are Coming!

Hello there, after the very eventful and exciting week I wrote about in my last post, this week has been very quiet in comparison, I've been spending the time working on some new little paintings on canvas board and on paper.
The three you see in the picture above were all worked on at the same time, while one was drying or if I'd reached a point where I wasn't sure what to do next, I'd move on to the next one. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you might have thought they were flying off my art table like a conveyor system! The truth is that they each took several days to complete and they all finished within a couple of days of eachother.

Here's the first one, it's called 'Noctambula.'

It measures 7 x 5 inches and is painted with acrylic paint and collage paper on canvas board. Sometimes I like to incise into the wet acrylic paint to make fine lines. I actually use an old knitting needle for this! It's a very satisfying thing to do because I can put little details in that  I find difficult to do with a brush.


The next one to be finished is called 'Tangerine Rose' and is made in the same way but this time on thick watercolour paper. It measures 8 x 6 inches.

Tangerine Rose

The third one is called 'Maiara'.

I like the combination of using pieces of torn printed paper with paint and often the printed paper ends up being totally covered in paint so in the end only I know it's there!

Painted on paper, Maiara measures 8 x 6 inches.


All these are now listed in my Etsy shop at £30 each and I'll ship to you worldwide. Please click here if you'd like to see more details about them. :)

Thankyou for your visit today, have a lovely weekend! xx


Enchanted Blue Planet said...

Your rich palette, the layers, the soulful theme, even the names- just beautiful Jessie!

Tammie Lee said...

each one is beautiful and vibrant. the details are a joy to take to heart. sounds like you also had a great time making them.

lovely weekend to you.

Paper rainbow said...

Ooooooh these three have brightened my day! How wonderful. Especially miss tangerine . I am a huge pre raphaelite. Fan and she has a burne - Jones / rosseti Look about her with those russet locks. I love your combination if paper and paint it is so effective

Sue Marrazzo Fine Art said...

LOVE these!

rossichka said...

You've been really productive! This is a triptyh for me -the palette, he mood, the impact... Red is not my colour, but I like it in your seond painting a lot!
Very beautiful names!
Happy weekend, Jesie!

renilde said...

well you have been busy Jess,and you are having fun, pleasure in painting that's obvious.
i'm attracted to that beautiful green in Maiara.
each work is like a wonderful exciting color trip but there's also a very soothing and peaceful feel about them.
have a fine weekend, x

Lisa Graham said...

These are all so beautiful. I really love the first one the most...there is a calmness to it.

Red Rose Alley said...

I love these all, Jess, but Tangerine Rose got to me the most. It's stunning. I have to go back and look at the details again.


Lori Saul said...

Gorgeous color and expression- these are truly inspired. A joy to visit your blog!

denthe said...

Colourful and vibrant, they are beautiful ...

lynne h said...

ah jess, i LOVE these! such a perfect combination of paint and collage! tangerine rose is my british sister, i do believe...


Unknown said...

What beautiful art! "Tangerine Rose" is my fave. Love the vibrant colors. :D

hopeandjoyhome said...

So pretty! I love your use of color!