This week was a real mixed bag as far as styles go, they all have very different looks and colour palettes going on :o)
As per usual they are all now available in my etsy shop
I nearly always have one that stands out as being my favourite of the week and this week it is this little lady, she was the first painting done of the week and a firm favourite with me :o)
Secrets of the night: SOLD THANK YOU!!
This is the first of 4 aceo's done this week each one with their own unique personalities showing through
I love the way this girly turned out, on a 5x7 inch flat canvas board, the background was painted with many layers of paint colours then hand stamped with white paint on the top, it looks like old fashioned wallpaper and I love it!!
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The second of my Aceo girls with really deep, rich colours and shabby hair...yummy!!
My first and only Halloween painting this year, lots of textures and layers of paint on an 8x10 inch flat canvas board
Halloween Moon: SOLD THANK YOU!!
Such a sweet face this girl has, she is painted on a 6x6 cradled wood panel (I only have one wood panel left to paint on now then they are all gone)
Aceo number 3, I love the deep purple with the white in this one, i think these are colours I will most definately use together again!!
Judith: SOLD THANK YOU!!
Painted on an 8x10 inch flat canvas board this lady has a big personality so I left her with a stark white background with a few flourishes and a ton of texture :o)
The fourth and final aceo of the week
Last week as well as my circusy girls I also made this mailart for the lovely Mindy Lacefield of Tim's Sally who is having a mailart exchange on her blog, I didn't want to show it until she had received it but now I know she has, here is the envelope I sent her (I photoshopped out her address):
And this is the small painting on chipboard I sent in the envelope:
I really enjoyed taking part in the mail art thing and may in the future host one here on my blog too, I would love to hear what you guys think about mailart? have you taken part before? do you do it often? (so not a rude question!!) has it been a good/bad experience etc.....tell me, tell me ;o)
I hope you enjoyed this week's work