Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Mother Daughter in Blue, Brown and White & Some Changes in Online Venues

 Mother Daughter in Blue, Brown and White
oil on panel 9 x 12 inch

This was a great study for me.  The limited palette was just what the doctor ordered to push me forward a bit.  I have already started a second, this time with all the people in the vintage photo (see previous post).

 detail

detail



News About Changes

I changed things up a bit on how I sell my art online.   I do not combine my small paintings, works on paper, drawings and art studies with my more refined paintings anymore.  I think my pricing will make more sense this way.  I am now offering the minor works and prints (eventually) on Etsy and my more refined paintings on Big Cartel...those paintings where I set out to do something grand. Now whether or not these paintings are indeed grand is a whole different discussion, but you see my point.  :)
Anyways...the links to both places are in the above tabs at the header, or click here for Etsy and here for Big Cartel if you cannot see the tabs on whatever device/browser you are viewing this with.  I still have work at Tessera Gallery here in Wichita, but those paintings are not listed online anymore. I hope these changes make sense to everyone.  Please let me know if they don't!  

I think that's everything.   Happy rest of the week everyone!

♥ Lisa

13 comments:

  1. This is so different and I love it and I think you are right to call your larger artworks 'grand' because that is what they are. I am really looking forward to seeing you 'group' painting.

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  2. Bonsoir chère amie,

    Une peinture remplie d'émotion et de tendresse...

    ❀ Gros bisous ❀

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  3. Such a great emotional feeling in this one. It is perfect for your limited palette.
    Sounds like your business side is in full gear and making positive moves. Let us know how it goes.
    I cant wait to see your next painting. Hugaroos!

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  4. How absolutely fabulous! I love this!

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  5. I love the faces...they are so well done! I totally understand and support the ways in which you are marketing your art. It really makes good sense and takes such a long time to work out. I totally understand as I made all kinds of changes in 2012 and then again 18 months later.

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  6. your faces are amazing, mother and daughter strike a cord with me, all women in my family

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  7. Such expressive faces, the limited colour palette too makes the whole piece so atmospheric, like a little piece of history...captured in paint.

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  8. I absolutely love this. You got the tones exactly right - it looks like an old photo. And not worrying about color must be so freeing. You are so smart and so talented. Can't wait to see what you do with the entire photo. (your faces are amazing!)
    And I've heard good things about Big Cartel - you'll have to let us know how it is.

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  9. Such awesome work my friend. The details on your faces are wonderful.

    Hugs~

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  10. Very cool piece. I like your inspiration for it and love your palette ~ indeed, it's amazing what ultramarine blue, raw umber and white can do!

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  11. Thank you everyone for all the wonderful comments!

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  12. I love this one!! WOW!!!! Very cool!!!

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