Acrylic, Ink, Caran D’ache, Paper on 2″ thick Museum wrapped canvas framed with Jute Rope.
8×10 Acrylic, Ink, Paper, Caran D’Ache, and Graphite on 2″ thick Museum Wrapped Canvas framed with jute rope.
I deny my artwork as sculptures but define them as three-dimensional paintings, as these objects are entirely made out of the medium of paint.
These are more from my Strange Garden Series that can be seen on my www.redbubble.com/people/Donnahuntriss link.
When at a gallery, people always say “I don’t get this?” or “What is the artist trying to say?”
Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece “Guernica” (1937) was commissioned by the Spanish Republican government…
This painting symbolizes the retro glamour of America during the mid-20th century with one of the time’s most iconic automobiles…
These are three paintings from my current series, “Joe Yabuki Project.”
Capturing facial expressions (in these cases, one is startled, another is thoughtful and the third charming) is like taking an individual reaction…
I create artwork, painting and mixed-media, in acrylic, that is a window on my profound emotions, an attempt to combine a part of my being in order to reach the others.