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About The Artwork Dreaming of flying in the sky. Double exposure on canvas. Ready to hang. Edition 2/10. "Birds V" is a Limited edition (10) manufactured with a high resolution and printed on highest quality Gallery Wrap 300 gsm natural cotton canvas and stretched onto a high quality 2 cm frame. For the 120 cm x 80 cm size edition, "Birds V" comes in a limited edition of only 10 prints. Anna Sidi is commonly known to create digital paintings which feature the process of metamorphosis, allowing the viewer to break away from the traditional representation of various visual realities when creating the pieces of art. Her inspiration comes from the infinite, refreshing and everlasting water flow present in natural landscape. The artworks emphasize layers or texture as well as fluidity, creating a calming and relaxing effect and permitting the viewer to experience the painting's journey in their own way. Original Created:2017 Subjects:Time Materials:CanvasWood Styles:Pop ArtFigurativeSurrealismPortraitureAbstract Expressionism Mediums:DigitalPhotoInk Details & Dimensions Photography:Digital on Canvas Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1 Size:31.5 W x 47.2 H x 0.8 D in Frame:Not Framed Ready to Hang:Not applicable Packaging:Ships in a Box Shipping & Returns Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments. Handling:Ships in a box. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines. Ships From:Ireland. Have additional questions? Please visit our help section or contact us.
Ink drawing on Paper One of a kind artwork Size : 21 x 30 x 0.1cm (unframed) / 21 x 30cm (actual image size) Signed on the front Style : Expressive and gestural Subject : People and portraits Ink drawing.
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Ink drawing on Paper One of a kind artwork Size : 21 x 29.7 x 0.1cm (unframed) / 21 x 29.7cm (actual image size) Signed on the front Style : Expressive and gestural Subject : People and portraits Ink drawing on paper 300 gsm.
About The Artwork "Fragile" is a Limited edition (10) Fine Art Print on 220 gsm canvas from my new digital work collection. All my digital prints are manufactured with a high resolution and are printed with high quality archival inks on best quality canvas. 'Fragile' comes with a certificate of authenticity and is signed and numbered on the back. The surface is glossy. Anna Sidi is commonly known to create digital paintings which feature the process of metamorphosis, allowing the viewer to break away from the traditional representation of various visual realities when creating the pieces of art. Her inspiration comes from the infinite, refreshing and everlasting water flow present in natural landscape. The artworks emphasize layers or texture as well as fluidity, creating a calming and relaxing effect and permitting the viewer to experience the painting's journey in their own way. Original Created:2017 Subjects:Botanic Materials:Canvas Styles:PhotorealismSurrealismPop ArtPortraitureImpressionism Mediums:PhotoDigitalInkC-type Details & Dimensions Photography:Photo on Canvas Artist Produced Limited Edition of:10 Size:31.5 W x 55.1 H x 0.8 D in Frame:Not Framed Ready to Hang:Not applicable Packaging:Ships in a Crate Shipping & Returns Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments. Handling:Ships in a wooden crate for additional protection of heavy or oversized artworks. Crated works are subject to an $80 care and handling fee. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines. Ships From:Ireland. Have additional questions? Please visit our help section or contact us.
I paint, draw, and take photos to support my 16 year old and raise awareness for pediatric Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. I have been a solo parent for many years, but last year things became even more challenging. My daughter, Pam, was diagnosed with CRPS and Fibromyalgia in March 2016. She has had 65 various types of appointments and treatments in one year. Her records exceed 120 pages over 5 years for various fibromyalgia symptoms and the constant stabbing pain in both knees of CRPS.
Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and Ink 1909_05_Scribner's magazine ___ Franklin Booth additional information and images: Excellent bio with images: www.bpib.com/booth.htm The Franklin Booth Project: outsidelogic.com/franklinbooth/ Franklin Book | Comic Book Stories: comicsbookstories.blogspot.com/2009/12/franklin-booth-187... comicsbookstories.blogspot.com/2011/07/franklin-booth-187...
The 9 (36!) techniques chart From 8 basic techniques, applied in four ways each, I have a chart full of great ideas for textures for drawings. I use these basic 9/variations of them, on a lot of my drawings, so they're tried and true loves. You can pin the graphic or download it along with
Melissa B. Tubbs is a pen and ink artist from Alabama specializing in architectural drawings that are, quite frankly, mind-blowing. Each of the following drawings are of New York landmarks and feature amazing line work, shading, and cross-hatching, as well as a great sense of composition.
Here's a list of things you'll need to know before getting started with alcohol inks. You'll also learn what I wish I knew before I began this tricky art form.
About The Artwork My book collecting habit began in childhood, driven by the goal to complete the entire set of Nancy Drew hard covers, and the delight found in fancy boxed gift sets by my favorite authors. I continue to acquire books not only for their content and prose, but also for their sensual and aesthetic qualities. My collection includes other people’s diaries, scrapbooks, sketchbooks, and photo albums. I am drawn to books that reveal a stranger’s experiences and memories. Many of the books and albums contain collections of ephemera that reveal a lifetime of stories. These books often provide a glimpse into the life of another person and another time. Nowadays, relocating and dodging piles of books is a daily domestic occurrence, one that my family has grown comfortably accustomed to. Some of the images in The Bibliophill¬ia Series are an exploration of relationships between these piles of books. The arrangements are intended to spark recognition, ignite memory, or invoke a presence. Some compositions are designed to celebrate the books’ sculptural qualities, in which the books never quite reveal their original purpose. Other times a title, such as “French Guidebooks” or “Summer Reading,” groups a collection. Once the books are shelved, these relationships are broken. Original Created:2012 Subjects:Still Life Materials:Paper Styles:Fine ArtFigurativeDocumentaryModernRealism Mediums:PhotoColorFull spectrumPaperInk Details & Dimensions Photography:Photo on Paper Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1 Size:20 W x 24 H x 0.1 D in Frame:Not Framed Ready to Hang:Not applicable Packaging:Ships in a Box Shipping & Returns Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments. Handling:Ships in a box. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines. Ships From:United States. Have additional questions? Please visit our help section or contact us.
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Ink drawing on Paper One of a kind artwork Size : 17.8 x 24 x 0.1cm (unframed) / 17.8 x 24cm (actual image size) Signed on the front Style : Expressive and gestural Subject : People and portraits Inktober 2019
Last week Tim Holtz announced another brand new color for the Distress family! Crackling Campfire is a gorgeous red orange shade that fits perfectly into the Distress family of colors. It’s the color we never knew we needed until we saw it! Today I have four new #KristinasOxideCombos for you all! Enjoy! NOTE: A big
Using Alcohol Inks on rocks is a fun way to create alcohol ink art. Get Step-by-Step alcohol ink painting guide along with tips and alcohol ink techniques.
Ink drawing on Paper One of a kind artwork Size : 13 x 19 x 0.1cm (unframed) / 13 x 19cm (actual image size) Signed on the front Style : Expressive and gestural Subject : People and portraits Ink drawing .
Ink drawing on Paper One of a kind artwork Size : 29.5 x 40.5 x 0.1cm (unframed) / 29.5 x 40.5cm (actual image size) Signed on the front Style : Expressive and gestural Subject : People and portraits Ink drawing on paper. (300gsm) *Original Painting *** SHIPPING: International buyers accept responsibility for tariffs, customs, and all other fees. You will be responsible for paying international customs fees, determined by the country the artwork is being shipped to. Unfortunately, here in Moldova delivery service I use does not provide 'Delivery Duty Paid'. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to making a purchase. Thank you.***
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Link to all the Color Unit resource for English Language Learners: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Color-Worksheets-for-Preschool-ELL-2732959 Also available at this other store: https://www.bilingualmarketplace.com/products/color-unit-for-kindergarten-ell?variant=37366549741732 Color Theme flashcards to play some games that are around this blog. And more worksheets ! Worksheet 1 and 2. Only 6 six colors in each worksheet. The children color the splotches and then trace the word. After, have them make a book to take home. I made it as an acordion book. Remember to use these as flashcards first. For the other colors,do a clasifying or sorting activity. I took out my old puncher and made these splotch kind in cardboard. I cut out all the cards from the worksheet and made a color mat on construction paper. Sorting the colors requieres logical thinking. Worksheet . I saw this craft idea of wrapping with yarn, I had never done it before and thought it would be nice to try. I found it easy and fun. After coloring each crayon , hand in a somewhat long string of yarn and have the children go around the crayon in the same color. Make a small knot in the back when they are done. And , before you start, attach tape to the yarn so it won´t move. Worksheet 3. A little review of previous lessons. Teacher: Show me a crayon. (Students point to the crayon. ) Color the crayon red. After coloring, I have the children cut and paste their picture onto colored craft sticks. Let them dry and cut apart. They can have fun putting all the school objects together. Worksheet 4. I found these cute monsters to color and create patterns. Have the children color each pattern line as you direct them. Teacher: red monster, orange monster, red monster, orange monster Then have the children cut all the monsters and glue them onto yogurt caps which are usually larger than the bottle caps. They can create patterns on their desks with their group. Students: blue, blue, yellow, yellow. Worksheet 5 and 6. Some cute pencils to color accordingly. And after the worksheet is done, children cut them out. Play some games with the individual crayons. Give them a big construction paper and have them glue the crayons where they belong. Worksheet 7. Children color the sloptch with their favorite color. As them: What is your favorite color? Then make a bar graph using the splotches either on the floor, the wall or on the board. I made the splotch in black and white so you can print onto colored paper or cardboard to save ink. Or there is a set that you can color yourself or the children. Worksheet 8. All schools have a set of colors that identifies them. Ask the children about it. Link to the Letter Arts and Crafts collecions, there is a section for colors. http://eflpreschoolteachers.blogspot.com/2017/09/letters-arts-and-crafts-collection.html Two blog posts related to the Color Unit, for more ideas and activities. http://eflpreschoolteachers.blogspot.com/2010/04/color-theme.html http://eflpreschoolteachers.blogspot.com/2011/06/color-theme-second-edition.html This resource is part of the Colors unit BUNDLE. LINK: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Colors-Unit-BUNDLE-for-ESL-6825443 Follow me!
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At the Creativation show this past January, Tim Holtz introduced a really cool technique you can do with Distress Oxides. He was playing around with different substrates for Distress Oxide, and tried the inks on glossy paper, specifically the Ranger Alcohol Ink Cardstock. It seems like Tim Holtz will try anything with his products, including licking the paper (not recommended). He found that the oxidation of the inks was especially pronounced on the glossy cardstock, (that's when he licked it) and then he tried a product that's been around awhile, Distress Glaze. Distress Glaze is a pretty cool product that will seal a surface and make it permanent (such as sealing Distress inks to protect them from being activated again). It's an almost waxy substance that can be applied with a blending tool, or even with your finger. I've had a lot of fun playing with this technique, and have made a lot of backgrounds using it. For the purposes of this post, I made two Christmas cards. Since I'm trying to make all of my Christmas cards and tags by October, these are my March cards (still late). I made two versions and couldn't decide which I liked best, so I'm doing half of one and half of the other. While I was making the backgrounds for these cards, I took a lot of pictures to try and show you how this is done. It's pretty easy and it's fun. Since I wanted blue backgrounds for these cards, I got out all of my blues and a purple in my Oxide inks. I also used Ranger Alcohol Ink Cardstock, although in the past I have done this technique using other glossy cardstock (including Kromecoat) and it seems to work just as well. I worked with 3 colors at a time, putting them on my mat, spritzing with water, and also running a brush through them so they wouldn't be such square shapes when I swipe my cardstock through. Here's the first swipe. I just laid the cardstock onto the colors and I may or may not have moved it around before picking it up. This is what it looked like after one swipe. After placing it in the colors, then I dried it with a heat tool. I prefer to use the Ranger one for drying because it doesn't distort my cardstock as much. I ended up using 3 pieces of glossy cardstock for this session. I didn't want to waste the color on the mat, and three seemed to use up most of what I put down each time. It doesn't really soak in to the glossy cardstock much. I put down 3 more blues and kept swiping the panels into the ink. The panels continued to evolve. I dried them after each application of color. I also spritzed them several times and splattered them with ink that I picked up with my brush. I kept spritzing, blotting, splatting and drying in between I also picked up a little ink and touched my brush to the paper in places, and that made nice bubbles. It was at this point that I thought I wanted it to be a little darker blue. One of the blues I used (Blueprint Sketch?) turned a kind of purple. This is not the Wilted Violet color, as I had not used it yet at this point. I used very little of the Wilted Violet and Cracked Pistachio. The glaze will also darken these colors more. I added some more Faded Jeans color. It's important to realize that there is no right or wrong here, and that the more layers you add the better it will look in the end. Also, the panels will look very cloudy or chalky when dry. This is how they are supposed to look at this point, but they won't end up that way! Before adding the glaze, I usually will buff the panel a little with a paper towel. My friend Marj Marion came up with this idea, because when you apply the glaze with your blending tool, quite a bit of color comes off on your sponge. Buffing with the paper towel will take off some of that color in advance. After buffing with the paper towel, your pieces will already look brighter and start to show some of the layers underneath. This is what the jar of Distress Glaze looks like. Tim Holtz (being Tim Holtz) designed it so that the round blending tool fits right in. I actually store the sponge applicator that I use right inside the jar. It will eventually get very gunky and you can throw it out and replace with a clean one. I'm just starting in on a corner here. This is when the magic really starts to happen. One tip is, be sure you like what you have on your panel before you glaze it. Once the glaze is applied, the panel is sealed and permanent. After you apply glaze to the whole panel (it doesn't take a lot), then you can buff it again with your paper towel. Here are the panels before the glaze And after They turn so much brighter and more beautiful. It's almost like you can see every layer. (I swear that the Peacock Feathers turns almost green on these). These will turn out differently every time you make them. Here's my second card. For the first card, I took a panel of white Core'dinations linen textured cardstock and cut it to 5.25" x 4". Using my mini MISTI, I lined up a Merry Christmas sentiment from the Papertrey Ink set "Keep it Simple: Christmas" and stamped with Versamark ink. I embossed it with Candy Store Chrome embossing powder. I then positioned the Memory Box die 99765 Pinpoint Double Frame in the upper center of the panel and cut it out. I then cut the Memory Box die 99503 Fresh Pine Curved Border out of some Neenah Solar White 80# cardstock, and positioned part of the border behind the opening of the frame. I cut a piece from the Distress Oxide glazed panels I made and positioned it behind the trees. The panel was then adhered to a piece of Malmero Pearl Blue cardstock and mounted to a base card of Neenah Solar White 110# cardstock. My second card was made in a similar way, except instead of the Memory Box Pinpoint Double Frame die, I used the Die-namics MFT-847 Inside/Outside Stitched Rectangle (3rd from Largest) for the opening, and the Die-namics MFT-463 Blueprints 13 Stitched Rectangle for the panel itself. The stamp is Peace Border F3605 from Hero Arts. I was having a hard time figuring out which card I liked better. The Peace one shows more of the beautiful background behind, but I think I'm leaning toward the Merry Christmas one. What do you think? To see a great video of the Distress Oxide Glaze technique by Jennifer McGuire, click here. You can see my post about Distress Oxides in general here, or search my blog for Distress Oxide. Products Used: Both Cards: Distress Oxide inks: Faded Jeans, Salty Ocean, Blueprint Sketch, Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon Peacock Feathers, Cracked Pistachio, Wilted Violet Ranger Alcohol Ink cardstock Distress Glaze Memory Box die 99503 Fresh Pine Curved Border Core'dinations White linen textured cardstock Neenah Solar White 80# & 110# cardstock Malmero Pearl Blue cardstock Versamark ink Candy Store Chrome embossing powder Card #1: Memory Box die 99765 Pinpoint Double Frame Papertrey Ink Keep it Simple: Christmas stamp set Card #2 Die-Namics MFT-847 Inside/Outside Stitched Rectangles Die-Namics MFT-463 Blueprints 13 die set Hero Arts Peace Border F3605 SaveSave
In this guide, we’ll discuss different techniques you can use with alcohol ink and the basic materials you’ll need for each.