Friday, January 29, 2010

You just never know

You just never know what you're going to paint on. Before it was life size horses for the Horse Fever project. Then it was a giant aluminum butterfly for Kaleidoscope. Now it's a hubcap? Artists work on all sorts of canvases, this is just another one. This is for a new art project "Landfillart is an international effort encompassing one-thousand-forty-one (1,041) artists to claim a piece of rusted metal garbage and create fine art." See what they're all about and see some of the completed hubcaps - cool! www.landfillart.org I got my hubcap in the mail yesterday so next step is to prep and prime. I'll keep you posted on the progress.

Trinity
7x5
And here we have a painting on paper! Back to a little more traditional art form. This is another oil pastel landscape that I just listed on Etsy. It's a scene from northern California, the Trinity River near my Uncle's house. I love it up there, what beautiful country! I've lost count on how many times I've painted this same scene and the piece looks a little different each time. Sometimes there's a place that just speaks to you. This is one of those places for me. Each time I paint it I go back there and visit for a little while.
Have a wonderful Friday
peace,
Carlynne


2 comments:

Teresa Mallen said...

A hubcap in the mail? Now that is different. LOL Such a lovely scene in your oil pastel. I love my favourite places too. Revisiting them is such a pleasure.

Carlynne said...

I know, isn't it fun? I like projects like this.
Thanks for the kind words on the oil pastel.
Have a great day!