I love these rock paintings.Go to http://amandamakepeace.com to see all of Amanda's art.
These paintings express my love of nature and stones inparticular. I've always been amazed at the variation of color and shapes in pebbles and stones. Several of my Pebble Paintings can be purchased as prints. Be sure to check them out at Imagekind.
I like to take things from nature that we ignore, take for granted or trod upon without a second glance as my subjects. This most often happens to be stones, rocks and pebbles. They come in more colors than just grey and brown - we need only look a little closer. Beauty can be found in the simplest things.
Amanda is a self-taught, eclectic artist who tried a bit of art school and decided it was not for her. She wanted to do her own thing! She was born in Maryland, USA and later lived in Georgia and the South West Coast of England.
As a child she loved watching her Mother duplicate on paper her favorite toys and objects around the house. By the time Amanda was 8 she was an avid drawer and Nature was her Muse. Amanda has explored many subjects and techniques over the years but has now returned to her roots with Nature and wildlife as her subjects.
Amanda is a published artist and active member of EBSQ - Self Representing Artists. She is currently working on several projects; including Pen and Ink drawings of frogs and a new series of Earthscape paintings. In March 2007 Amanda returned to the USA and now lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband, daughter and 2 cats.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Friday, February 20, 2009
Diane Clancy creates vibrant paintings that feature color and vision. Diane's purpose is to uplift and inspire people. Her artwork is in both digital and a variety of traditional mediums. Says Diane, "I feel that I am very blessed to have this opportunity to express myself through painting. I love that people say my artwork enhances their lives."
Diane has a blog where she showcases her art and talks about how she creates art. You can find this discussion at http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog. Diane says, "I am excited that people are enjoying seeing my work and hearing about my process in creating this artwork!"
You can purchase Diane's paintings on merchandise at her CafePress and Zazzle shops. Mugs, tiles, totes and more at:
The Arcade: http://www.DianeClancy.dmpmc.net
Etsy shop: http://dianeclancy.etsy.com
Diane is a member of WWAO (Worldwide Women Artists Online), an international collective of women artists showing and selling our original work online. For more original art direct from the women who create it search WWAO.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
I wanted to show you one of my new creations. I am very happy with the way it turned out.It is available in my Yessy Shop.
I haven't been able to figure out how to make links clickable here on my blog.You can Copy and Paste this link to see my art on Yessy.