Whew, I sure have been busy the past couple weeks! I have finished up three large paintings that I've been working on for a couple months now. I've been alternating between them, so it was fun to wrap them all up at the same time. I thought I'd take a moment to show you all the finished pieces!
Morrigane is my first big finish of 2013! She measures 8x10" and is a
commissioned painting. My client wanted me to depict traditional
elements of The Morrigan mixed with personality traits of herself. They
combined together to create this beautiful character that I was so
excited to be able to paint!
Because this was a
commissioned painting, the original has already been sold. But prints
and products of this piece will soon be available in my Etsy shop here.
Alondra & Medwin
I have another exciting new painting to share with you all today! This
was another commissioned painting titled Alondra & Medwin. This is
part of a 4 painting series of elemental witches. I have already
completed the first in the series "Serafina & Firenze" that depicts
the fire element. Alondra & Medwin is the second in the series and
depicts the water element.
This was such a fun piece to
paint and probably my most detailed painting to date. Between all the
carvings and detail in the back and the intricate coral reef elements in
the front...not to mention the witch and the seahorse...I spent hours
upon hours on this piece from start to finish. But it was so much fun to
do and I enjoy seeing this piece alongside it's companion piece. I
can't wait to finish the rest of the series!
this was a commissioned piece, so the original is already in a great
home. But prints and products are available in my Etsy shop here.
This is the third painting that I've
wrapped up in the past couple weeks. And this is definitely a special
one! I was approached a few months ago by a wonderful customer of mine
who wanted a stylized portrait commission of her and her daughter.
those of you who follow my work know that I usually only paint things
with wings, hats, fangs, tails, etc... lol. And I have never painted any
children before. But this customer is so important to me, I just
couldn't say no! And I'm really glad that I didn't.
was such a challenging piece, but I really feel like I pushed myself a
lot on this painting. And I'm really happy I got the opportunity to work
on such a special piece for a special person! I hope that you all enjoy