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Nesting in Eden… A privileged family collaboration.


Quality time ©copyright2015owpp

Quality time
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This painting “Nesting in Eden” is the results of a privileged, exciting, magical family moment! The collaboration of my daughter’s creativity, my groundwork… & very slight guidance/modifications.

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At work! ©copyright2015owpp

At work!
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Up close... ©copyright2015owpp

Up close…
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My “Bonfire” painting from sketch to canvas & still growing…


Done! ©copyright2014owpp

Done!
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I promised a while back that I would slow down on my blog to work on painting among others & would let you know about the progress so, here is one of the results!
Bonfire is a sketch I had made in 2011, my brush took over as it happens in few but special moments without my ever thinking of a bomb-fire & to my surprise that’s what unfolded in front of my eyes…
You can check here… https://oawritingspoemspaintings.wordpress.com/?s=Bomb-fire
Three years fast forward and I try & capture the magic of those colors on a 40/30 cm (11.8/15.7 inches) & aiming to go further in a much bigger size of 100/140 cm (39.3/55.1 inches)
Wish me luck 🙂
Here goes the process from 1st layer to last…

1st layer,warming up to the canvas :) ©copyright2014owpp

1st layer,warming up to the canvas 🙂
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Taking shape ©copyright2014owpp

Taking shape
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Getting more precise ©copyright2014owpp

Getting more precise
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Getting there... ©copyright2014owpp

Getting there…
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A bit more work/pleasure and... ©copyright2014owpp

A bit more work/pleasure and…
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Voila! From birth to adolescence ;) ©copyright2014owpp

Voila! From birth to adolescence 😉
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Lake splash 2009


Lake splash 2009 ©copyright2013owpp

Lake splash 2009
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Lake splash was a project done with our child as an initiation to
methods colors and texture.

We used acrylic paint a iron spatula and colored sand.