Cheerful and Colorful Paintings

Cheerful and Colorful Paintings in Oil, Acrylic, Mixed Media and Collage

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Acrylic, Figurative Abstract "Mystery Shadows" by Arlington Texas Artist Nancy Standlee

Mystery Shadows 13040
Acrylic on 18x18 in. 3/4" depth gallery wrapped canvas

This acrylic abstract figurative is truly a mystery as I found it sorting some paintings for a redo and do not remember a whole lot about it like some pertinent things like when and where it was painted. I'm now doing better on that front by recording them with title, number and description and also putting it on the back of the painting. A little forgetful or not, I remember this is one of my favorite ways of working with figures, bold, colorful and abstract with a little red hair in there somewhere. 

This is available on my online gallery at Daily Paintworks HERE.
Daily Paintworks has some ArtBytes tutorials and some are free and some cost a few dollars. Last weekend I enjoyed one by Julie Ford Oliver on Fracturing.  . She has a great blog and mentioned about an easel she carries in her car and I've added it to my Pinterest art supplies list here.  It's the one from Hyatts a small wooden one, lightweight but I don't think I know anyone who would let me oil paint in the front seat on a trip?

I'm scheduled for the Dutch Art Gallery workshops one day in June and July and you can read it on my website HERE.

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