Хадикова Наталья

Хадикова Наталья

Хадикова Наталья
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Conrad Jon Godly

Conrad Jon Godly

Oil paintings of waves by Maggi Hambling: "Early each morning I go down to the sea and try to capture its mood by drawing, and each day is different. Back in the studio, these drawings become paintings. Whether they are tiny or cover the studio wall, I try to make the movement of the waves happen in the paint."

Oil paintings of waves by Maggi Hambling: "Early each morning I go down to the sea and try to capture its mood by drawing, and each day is different. Back in the studio, these drawings become paintings. Whether they are tiny or cover the studio wall, I try to make the movement of the waves happen in the paint."

ORIGINAL Abstract City Painting Modern Acrylic by OsnatFineArt

ORIGINAL Abstract City Painting Modern Acrylic by OsnatFineArt

painting - blue landscape

painting - blue landscape

Flowers

Flowers

Learn All About Impasto Paintings - Bored Art

Learn All About Impasto Paintings - Bored Art

Original oil painting impasto PEACOCK decorative impressionistic palette knife fine art by Karen TarltonOriginals Oil

Original oil painting impasto PEACOCK decorative impressionistic palette knife fine art by Karen TarltonOriginals Oil

Original oil painting impasto PEACOCK decorative impressionistic palette knife fine art by Karen TarltonOriginals Oil

Original oil painting impasto PEACOCK decorative impressionistic palette knife fine art by Karen TarltonOriginals Oil

painting acrylic painting wall art original painting Jolina Anthony

painting acrylic painting wall art original painting Jolina Anthony

by Debbie Davis ~ “Cotton Candy” was created on a canvas using acrylic paint for the first layer; then spread paste with a palette knife; stamped into it with bubble wrap for texture. After paste dried, added scribbled on Caran D’Ache watercolor crayons &used a wet brush to paint out areas. Scribbled on a bit of India ink to bring it to together.

by Debbie Davis ~ “Cotton Candy” was created on a canvas using acrylic paint for the first layer; then spread paste with a palette knife; stamped into it with bubble wrap for texture. After paste dried, added scribbled on Caran D’Ache watercolor crayons &used a wet brush to paint out areas. Scribbled on a bit of India ink to bring it to together.