Sobre o livro
A collection of paintings by Judy Bauman, an artist based in Chapel Hill, NC. Judy paints in an impressionistic style using acrylic paint on canvas. This collection represents work completed during 2004 - 2011. The paintings are organized by theme, most notably collections that provide unique views on Structures, Flowers, and Portraits. Enjoy!
Características e detalhes
- Categoria Belas artes
Quadrado pequeno, 18×18 cm
- Data de publicação maio 26, 2012
- Tags Judy Bauman, Still Life, North Carolina, Birch Trees, Art, Acrylic, Landscape, Impressionistic, Structures, Portraits, Colorful, Original, Imaginative, Fruit, Flowers, Pears, Sheep, Chicken, Barn
Painting is something I truly love and must do. It is an exciting yet calming experience. It is important to me to push the limits, to try new ideas, and to enjoy the process. I begin each painting with a loose charcoal sketch on canvas. Imagination is the source of ideas for my work. The style is impressionistic. I use acrylic, oil and burlap, usually on large canvas. Paint is applied with assorted palette knives, and a brush is used sparingly. Additional characteristics of my work include the use of thick paint, bold colors, and interesting subject matter. I create paintings to comprise a series with a common theme, demonstrating how experience with the same subject can build a strong collection. Others tell me that my paintings express vitality and joy. My greatest pleasures are to experience an evolution of creativity for others to enjoy and to begin the next piece. My art studio is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.