Close to the Edge (2 x 3 inches; oils)
I was able to sneak in a couple of hours of painting today after walking the dog at the park. A miniature oil painting using my repurposed Altoids tin as a paint box. There’s a trail at the back edge of the park with a bench facing an open field. A peaceful place to sit, relax, and paint!
Painted this watercolor while enjoying coffee from a new coffee shop in my area. This art card measures 2.5 x 3.5 inches.
Untitled Oil Painting
I received a whole bunch of free mini canvas panels from a friend. She no longer wanted them, and knew I painted miniatures. They included line art already printed on them. I don’t need the line art, so I covered the canvas panels with gesso.
The above painting was completed from a reference photo given to me by my sister. This is my interpretation of the actual location. This was painted on March 17, and is still shiny with a few brush hairs stuck to it. I’ll remove the brush hairs after it has dried. Too easy to smudge while still wet.
Blaze of Glory (2 x 3 inches; watercolor & ink)
This miniature painting was completed with watercolors and ink.
A short video demonstration can be viewed here…
Painted this miniature watercolor this morning. This one measures 2 x 3 inches.
Reflect (2.5 x 3.5 inches; watercolor)
My latest painting!
I painted this miniature yesterday morning while cooking breakfast.
This painting is available for purchase at my ArtYah Shop…
This one took a bit more time than usual. I am pleased with the result.
Ocean View (2.5 x 3.5 inches; gouache)
Miss Molly’s at Village Hall (5 x 7 inches; watercolor)
My latest watercolor painting. This scene is located in Caledonia, Missouri. This painting was sold on March 10, 2016.
A few photos of the painting process: