~ Dynamic Abstract Paintings & Art Jewelry ~

~ Click an image to visit that page ~

Acrylic Painting

I've recently started exploring acrylics and have fallen in love with the pouring method. This means that the paint - which is usually like a gel - is made more fluid and pourable by the addition of water and fluid acrylic mediums. Instead of using a brush, the paint is poured and dripped onto the support (canvas or sealed panel), then the support  is tilted and turned to make the paint move around the canvas. Fingers, a palette knife, and air blown onto the wet paint, creates further movement. This technique is about 2 parts "going with the flow"  and 2 parts (or less) "control"!

Hand Painted Jewelry

I'm excited to introduce my newest line - Hand painted jewelry! Most pieces are made from acrylic skins. Skins are acrylics that start out being painted onto freezer paper, same as on my canvases. When the paint is dry, it has a plastic consistency and can be peeled off the paper! I also make silk pendants from silk that I have painted with liquid dyes. 

Within the larger acrylic or silk painting,  I look for small areas with interesting colors and compositions.   I cut these tiny artworks into shapes, and mount them into purchased metal jewelry settings. No two pieces are ever exactly alike!

Like my Work? Join my VIP Email Crew!

  • Sign up to receive updates on my new work, art shows and special offers!

  • New subscribers receive 20% off any order from my HandPainted Jewelry Shop!

  • You'll only get an email 2 - 3 times a month.

  • You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of my newsletter.

  • I use MailChimp as my automated marketing platform. By submitting this form, you acknowledge that the information you provide will be transferred to MailChimp for processing in accordance with their Privacy Policy and Terms.

* indicates required
CONSENT - You may use my info to:

View previous campaigns.

Powered by MailChimp

'All About Fuschia II', 10 x 8

'All About Fuschia II', 10 x 8