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Big Red transformed into Poppy Fields… and more additions to the collection.

I have spent considerable time in my studio this weekend and have been able to finish up several large pieces that were in the works as well as begin and finish a few other  large pieces.

I posted working big red just a few days ago and the piece has beautifully transformed into an acrylic on canvas, liquid acrylic, gel medium titled “Poppy Fields”.I have been working a few paintings in this style in the past few weeks and just love the quirky, uplifting feel of them .

Poppy Fields
acrylic/gel on canvas
48 x 96 in x 1in
2012
$3450

Additionally there are several others in this style that I have recently completed . These are considerably  smaller than the 4 x 8ft

Poppy Fields above , but hold their own hung on the wall .

For lack of a better description the following two are titled “Lollipop Flowers #1 and #2″

Lollipop Flowers #1
acrylic/gel on canvas
30in x 40in x .5 in
2012
$875

Lollipop Flowers #2
Acrylic/gel on canvas
30in x 40in
2012
$875

Yesterday I was also  able to start and finish 2 other paintings in a totally different style and feel ( did I mention a bit of time in the studio ?:))

I really love working different styles dependant on my mood and artistic desires.

The two painted yesterday are very free flowing, colourful and completely abstract.

The first one, “Lovestruck”, was  one of my favourites to work on , easy flow, colourful and just happened. Love it!

Lovestruck
Acrylic on canvas
40in x 60 in x .5in
2012
$2200

The following painting was yesterday early morning , hence the title “Morning Sun”. The yellow is very vibrant, sometimes hard to fully detect in a photo.

Morning Sun
Acrylic on canvas
40in x 60in x .5 in
2012
$2200

So this Labour Day  long weekend thus far has been fantastic in the studio and I am looking forward to another full day  today of painting.

Enjoy the rest of the long weekend, I know I will .

L

photo credits: JonBlacker, photographer

www.jonblacker.com

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