Today's abstract painting on A2 canvas. I masked off the middle band and did the background with brushes. Then re-masked and used palette knife to create the band with a touch of metallic paint so there is a gloss sheen when catches the light. Finished with white splatter effect.
Happy with the way it turned out.
Created this today on 40x40cm box canvas. 3 brushes and palette knife used.
I blended background and let that dry then built up tree from light to dark colours, finishing off with tree trunk and falling leaves. Pleased with how this turned out.
Another trio of abstracts using different techniques including palette knife, brushes, stencils, scrapers and metallic paint. Definitely improving in my opinion!
I created this canvas (40x40cm) as a birthday gift using a palette knife and 2" brush for blending.
Definitely getting a bit better at this acrylic painting malarky!
Comments always welcome regarding my progress.
I did some more acrylic painting this week and created 2 30x30cm box frame canvases.
Different techniques for both, the purple painting was made with just brushes where the other is palette knife and brushes. You can see the difference with the more textured effect of knife work.
This is my first painting on canvas (40x40cm) and was great trying out different techniques.
I used a combination of palette knife, flat wash brush and splatter brush.
I thought I would try my hand at some acrylic painting after getting interested watching some guys on YouTube.
This is my first attempt on A4 240gsm acrylic paper created using just a palette knife.
Here are some links if you are interested in trying this out yourself.
Suraj Fine Arts
I have now completed the rebranding and website for PHree Natural Skincare, North Berwick.
It has been a great project to work on and Barbara Dew has had very positive feedback from customers regarding the new look. Check out the website at phree.org.uk
I have recently started a complete rebranding of the North Berwick based PHree Natural Skincare company.
New logo design and label designs have been completed, with brochures, flyers and website to follow.