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Linmarie has done an article showing how to do string art
This is the sixth in my series of abstracts inspired by string art. I only used acrylic and coloured pencils for this one.
coloured pencils, blythart, dave edwards, acrylic, abstract
I am a retired man who enjoys expressing himself in pencils and paints. I have had two solo exhibitions in my home town and I love Redbubble. I get as much pleasure from viewing the works of other artists as from creating my own.
This is great, I like the contrast of both colours and shapes, and specially shadows on the right side, nicely dimensional :)
Gorgeous colors and textures. Superbly done Dave.
Thank you Bunny.
This is just great stuff, Dave. How large are these pieces?
Thanks Eldon. In answer to your query – 22cm x 33cm.
Excellent art, nice soft subtle colors.
What a smashingly fabulous drawing, my friend… i really like the way you added shadow this this one!! Fantastic!
Thanks for your lovely comment Barb.
Best yet! You’re getting the hang of it very nicely!
Many thanks Dawn.
This one looks to me like partly unearthed giant fossils! :)
Thanks. I agree – the process of using string soaked in acrylic paint does tend to create a fossilised appearance. Linmarie has done an article showing how to do string art. That’s what triggered me off.
this one is very striking Dave..bold and colourful…an eye catching abstract indeed!
Thanks Linda … especially for the Favourite.